Is SeatGuru accurate on SQ21?

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  1. Singapore Flyer

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    My wife is booked on SQ21 and traveling with two of our kids. We last flew that "plane" when it was before all business class, I vaguely remember bulkhead seats. that said, the agent asked if we wanted bulkhead for bassinet and they gave me 18D/F. I checked on Seatguru and it indicates that those seats don't have bulkheads but are pretty out there on an island.
    http://www.seatguru.com/airlines/Si...Air_Airbus_A345_B.php?Orig=EWR&Dest=SIN&Date=
    Anyone recently fly that plane that can comment. It looks like 12D/F are bulkheads and should be the ones to try and get. Quite frankly, not sure if we can even use bulkheads as my youngest is a lefty 10kg and will be 1y.o. (third long haul of her young life already).
     
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    More details here .

    You didn't mention which agent you were talking to. However, I suggest that you call SQ reservations again with their seat plan in front of you as reference to switch your seats.

    I believe their bassinets have a weight limit of 14-16kg (depending on a/c types).
     
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    Thanks! I spoke with SQ but this is a UA award. I will call back and ask for row 12 if available. I don't see any bulkheads in 18.
     
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    I flew this plane this year. For a bassinet you do have the correct seats. Its hard to describe but seats which have another seat in front of them use a cut out in the seat in front for space for feet. In effect, the feet of the person behind you are actually in your space, though you don't know it. I sat in 30K so I definitely understand the difference.
     
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    Thanks. So need to move to 12 then?
     

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