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The safest seats are in an exit row. If those are booked, try to sit no further than five rows away. That’s because the closer you are to the exit, the more likely you’ll be able to escape in an emergency, like a fire. That’s according to “The Survivors Club: The Secrets and Science That Could Save Your Life” by Ben Sherwood.
Also, the healthiest seat is an aisle seat. Passengers who sit there are most likely to move and walk around – which is essential for avoiding blood clots.