Singapore Airlines is aviation’s undisputed ultra-long-haul leader, providing three of the world’s top 10 longest flights, before the pandemic hit. In the top spot is the Singapore-New York City route launched by the airline amid the pandemic in November 2020. It’s currently the only non-stop link between the East Coast of the US and Singapore. Are Donald Trump’s private jets a step down from Air Force One? The route was recently given an upgrade to Singapore’s flagship aircraft, the Airbus A350-900ULR, or Ultra Long Range. The 161-seat jet only features business class and premium economy class. But although every seat is a premium seat, there are some seats that are better than others and sought after by the airline’s most knowledgeable fliers. It is a near-19-hour journey, after all, and seat selection can make all the difference. Here’s where you should sit when taking a flight on the Singapore Airlines Airbus A350-900ULR. The 94-seat premium economy cabin opens up the world’s longest flight travellers who can’t afford to fly business class. And though the cabin has the word “economy” in its title, these seats are more comparable to domestic first class on a US airline than they are to regular economy. Most of the cabin is arranged in the standard 2-4-2 configuration with each seat offering a generous 38 inches (97cm) of pitch and 19.5 inches (50cm) of width. While it may seem that all seats are the same, there are some stand-outs. For the most legroom, the exit row seats in the first row of the cabin are the best pick. Why the Maldives’ largest private island should top your post-pandemic bucket list Groups of three or more would be best served by the centre aisle seats that can accommodate up to four passengers in a row. Couples, alternatively, might prefer the two-seat pairs along the cabin walls. But those travelling alone and those in the know typically head straight for the last three rows of the cabin. That’s where the six most comfortable seats in the cabin are located: solo seats with no neighbours. There are three are on each side of the cabin, but they go fast. A Singapore Airlines spokesperson said that these seats are usually the first to go due to their exclusivity. Will Covid-19 spark a trend for personal submarines? Fliers in these seats don’t have to worry about disturbing their neighbour when getting up to use the lavatory or stretch their legs. Plus those in these seats also get their own storage bin by the side of the seat. Open the lid and you’ll find a compartment large enough to store a roller bag. Close the lid, and you have a side table, an alternative to the tray table, for when you want to leave your seat in the middle of a meal, say. Is Nobu Matsuhisa taking the dining destination trend to new heights? The single-seat row also means that fliers get the best of both worlds with direct aisle access and at least one window of their own. Besides these special features, these seats also offer the amenities of all other Singapore Airlines’ premium economy seats: a 13.3-inch high-definition in-flight entertainment screen, personal reading lamp, adjustable headrest, leg rest and footrest … Tethered remote and game controller … Water bottle holder … A 110v AC power outlet, and multiple USB charging ports. Not surprisingly, this seat doesn’t come for free, with passengers charged a premium of around US$120 extra. As for business class, there’s really not a bad seat in the house. All are private suites with no shortage of privacy or room to stretch out. But the very first seats in the cabin, 11K and 10A, might be the quietest as they’re furthest from the engine and the forward galley isn’t heavily used by flight attendants. Want more stories like this? Sign up here . Follow STYLE on Facebook , Instagram , YouTube and Twitter . This article originally appeared on Business Insider.