From beginning to end, your honeymoon should be as comfortable and relaxing as possible, and that especially applies to your air travel. The last thing you want is to get stuck with seats next to the bathroom or with restricted recline on a 10-hour flight.
Our advice: Once your honeymoon flights are booked, visit SeatGuru or SeatExpert to help find the best two seats on the airplane.
Browse through airline seating maps, expert advice, user comments, plane tips, and more to assist in making your trip stress-free.
You could also try your luck at scoring first class seats and forgo the aforementioned process entirely. When checking in at the airline desk, mention that you are on your honeymoon. Complimentary business or first class upgrades are not out of the question if there is availability.
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