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- Book a seat close to the back of the plane. Most airlines and bookers fill the seats at the front of the plane first, leaving more empty space in the back.
- Don't choose the last row, though, as often times these seats don't recline.
- Don't choose an exit row seat (these tend to fill up) or a row of three that's completely empty (lots of people travel in pairs).
- Finally, make sure to re-checkin at the airport kiosk to see if any more desirable spaces have opened up.