I disagree completely! The choice of seat does not reflect personality, except perhaps in specific cases, but comfort. I’m a broad-shouldered man, as an example, and I choose window seats followed by aisle only so my shoulders do not encroach on my seat mates. On my own,I also will choose a windows because I like enjoying the view as much as possible. Seeing the ground variations and terrain go by is something that always thrills me. But the main reason for both my wife and I to choose one of the seats on the ends is completely comfort.
In today’s typical airliner, the seats are small, short leg space,and cramped due to the profitability because no higher when they get more passengers on board. If the seats were all of the same comfort levels, then if given a choice I’d pick a window seat first, for the reason I stated initially, but not mind about any other seat choices.
I am not one that worries about what seat I get. If I am going to be in a plane I just prefer to have a seat. If it is a aisle seat that is fine if it is a window seat that is fine. Most of the time on a plane I close my eyes and nap anyways.
We interrupt On A Plane Do You Want The Window Seat Or Aisle Seat? to share infobreak from the journals of some good thinker:
Today is: 14th October (GMT), in history on the 14th of October, 1938 AD the following birth happened:
John Dean III: Former White House counsel (Watergate figure)