Don't rely on seatguru for ANY airline outside the US. They are notoriously bad for Asian airlines, and are completely unresponsive whe anyone attempts to get them to correct their errors. You are better off searching flyertalk, or visiting the airline's own website. Although this won't tell you what the seat pitch is, you can get a fairly good idea by comparing to known airlines with the same aircraft. You also get a pretty good idea by looking at the number of seats in a row. e.g. If you see 9 across in a dreamliner, you know you're gonne be squashed.seatguru is great!