This is a very cool idea for people who just aren’t comfortable sitting on an airplane.  Do you want a seat with extra legroom? A seat with a non-restricted recline? A seat that is extra quiet? No problem if you just check with your seat guru befor your next flight.

In October 2001 Matthew Daimler, a frequent flier and avid traveler, founded   Having realized the vast differences between airline seats, he was determined to build a repository of this useful information and share it with other travelers.  Over eight million unique visitors later, has established itself as the most up-to-date and complete guide to airplane seat information on the internet.  The site currently provides comprehensive airplane seat information for Air Canada, Air France, Air New Zealand, AirTran, Alaska Airlines, America West, American Airlines, ATA, British Airways, Cathay Pacific, Continental Airlines, Delta Airlines, Emirates Airlines, Frontier, Hawaiian, JetBlue, KLM, Lufthansa, Northwest Airlines, Qantas, SAS, Singapore Airlines, Spirit, Swiss Airlines, United Airlines, US Airways and Virgin Atlantic.

" employs a powerful combination of detailed seat map graphics, in-depth remarks and observations, a color-coded system to help identify superior and substandard seats and icons to denote amenities such as laptop power and audio/video entertainment.  This blend of features successfully conveys highly specific seat information such as extra legroom, limited recline, decreased width and obstructed movie screen viewing.  All aspects and features of the site are displayed in a user-friendly interface and an easy-to-navigate format."

Benefiting both business and leisure travelers, is an invaluable tool for anyone booking airline travel. The site helps business travelers locate seats with laptop power and internet access and aids leisure travelers identify seats with extra legroom and in-seat video screens.  Whatever your travel priorities may be, will help you find the seat that best suits your needs. Corporate and leisure travel agencies also rely heavily on when booking airline travel for their clientele.
By using the feedback link located on every web page, site visitors can submit their comments about a particular seat or aircraft.  This unique feedback system allows visitors to send their seat comments directly to the database.  Once verified these comments are incorporated into the site.  To date, thousands of comments detailing specific seat and aircraft information have been received.  This feedback model ensures that information provided on the site is always current.