Good advice immediately above from Gerard. Data point: This past spring, we took a trip to Europe, flying the long 10-hour flight from Seattle to Frankfurt (in coach). Having never flown Lufthansa before, and having had always heard good things about them, we were looking forward to the flight. It was one of the the worst flights I can ever remember taking. Never mind the two (not one, but two) screaming babies that began wailing loudly as soon as we pulled back from the gate in Seattle and continued without even a brief pause until after the plane landed in Frankfurt 10 hours later. OK, can't blame the airline for that. My primary impression: the seats were among the smallest and most uncomfortable that I've ever been in. I was expecting them to be cramped, but they were narrow, unforgiving, and shockingly tight. The moment I took my seat and sat down, my wife and I looked at each other and said "uh-oh, this isn't going to be good..." The pitch was basically zero, or felt like it (seemed like less than 12 inches from my face to the seat in front of me). I'm fairly small, but seated normally, my knees were touching the back of the seat in front of me. I can not imagine how a tall or large person would manage. And service? Flight attendants were absent or indifferent. My wife got violently airsick soon after takeoff. She quickly filled up her barf bag and mine too. I disposed of them and asked the flight attendants for another one or two, thinking they would rather not have her vomit freely into their cabin. They just shrugged and said they couldn't give me any more, suggested I ask other passengers if they could spare theirs. The vibe was clearly "sorry, not my department". I was not favorably impressed with anything about that flight. YMMV.