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Africa & the Middle East Asia Australia & the Pacific Canada Caribbean Europe Mexico & Central America South America United States Air Travel Cruises Travel Tips & Trip Ideas Forums Help View All Forums I've booked an open jaw itinerary on United--from the US into Mumbai and out of Bangalore back to the US.
What you can do right now, though, is to get a confirmed seating preference (window/aisle) for an extra fee (via LH website).
But as you cannot select a specific seat, I don't find these extra costs good value for money.
But, since I bought tickets through United, they told me I can't get any seat assignments until check-in in Bangalore unless I work with United.
United told me that they don't have access to Lufthansa's seating, so they can't do anything for me either.
I find it hard to believe that in today's world there is not more coordination and transparency between airlines who offer code shares.
Is this truly the case that there is no way to get seat assignments before we show up at the airport?
And, when I have a few extra minutes to play around, I think I just might try logging on using my Lufthansa confirmation code so I can see if I can get anywhere.
If I had known about this situation with not being able to get a seat assignment ahead of time on a super long haul flight like this, I would not have purchased these tickets.
Is that what I could use to do an online check in with them?
I'll admit I became even more confused after reading through that long Flyer Talk thread.