When starting a trip search, Google Flights is usually the first place I start. And it is even more useful with
Google Flights search results without the extension
Google Flights already displays seat pitch (the distance between your seat and the one in front of you). However, you have to click on each individual flight to access that information:
Google Flights search results with the extension
With Legroom For Chrome, you can compare the seat pitch across all flights in one glance:
A standout feature is for Business Class passengers. They easily see which flights operate with a lie-flat (better) or an angled-flat (worse) seat.
If you’re flying at the pointy end, you can choose between an individual suite and a standard lie-flat seat.
Given that Singapore Airlines has so many seat types, you’ll probably want a private suite rather than an open one.
Most results will just say ‘extra reclining’, so it’s hard to compare across airlines for this cabin. I’d suggest checking out SeatGuru as part of your research.
Baggage information for US flights
This is not a feature of the Chrome extension; rather, it’s built into Google Flights. You can get info on how the price changes if you have carry-on and/or checked baggage.
For example, if I
You can see how the results change when I select a full-sized carry-on bag using the Bags filter.
How to install Legroom For Google Flights
Time needed: 2 minutes.
Google Flights is already quite a reliable and easy-to-use flight search engine. I
Have you gotten any use out of this extension? Share your experience in the comments below.