Seat map Boeing 737-300 “Southwest Airlines”. Best seats in the plane

Seat map Boeing 737-300 “Southwest Airlines”. Best seats in the plane


Southwest Airlines operates 2 versions of Boeing 737-300 airplane.

First cabin version of the Boeing 737-300

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The first version of Boeing 737-300 has 143 standard seats. Most of these seats have 3-3 configuration.

The seats of the 1st row have some extra legroom but it may be not enough for tall passengers. These seats are narrower than standard as they tray tables are in the armrests making them immovable. The overhead bins have less storage space as board equipment is stored here. Also there is no floor storage for these sears during take-off and landing.

The seats 7A and 8F are the seats with missing window.

The seats of the 10th row may be not reclining as there is exit row behind. The seats 10A and 10F have misaligned windows.

Passengers of the 11th row will feel comfortable thanks to the extra legroom. Among disadvantages of these seat are: these seats are less padded than other standard seats on the airplane and it can get cold during the flight by the exits located here. The seats of this row a located on a distance from previous row and as tray tables are in those seats it can be uncomfortable for passengers with low height. The seats 11B and 11C are ideal for two people who are travelling together. The seat 11F has a little downward tilt.

The seat 12A has also extra space for passengers’ legs as there is no seat in front.

The seats 23C and 23D are often bumped by crew members and service carts. Close proximity of the galleys may be bothersome.

The main disadvantage of the seats of the last 24th row is close location to the lavatory and galleys. Also other passengers mark that these seats are colder than other on the airplane.

Second cabin version of the Boeing 737-300

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The second cabin version of Boeing 737-300 includes 137 seats.
The seats of the 1st row have extra space for passengers’ legs. Among disadvantages: lack of floor storage during take-off and landing, restricted storage space in overhead bins as equipment is usually stored here and proximity of the galley and lavatory.

Te seats 7A and 8F do not have windows.

The main disadvantage of the seats of the 10th flow is the fact that they do not recline due to the exit row behind.

Passengers of the seats 11ABC will take advantage of extra legroom due to the emergency exit located in front. But it can get very cold during the flight by the exits. This disadvantage applies also for the seats 11D and 11E that also have limited recline.

The seat 12F has extra space for passengers legs as there is no seat in front. Passenger of this seat will also get cold during the flight because of the exit door located here.

The only disadvantage of the seats 22C and 22D is their close location to the galleys and lavatory.

The seats of the 23rd row are considered bad seats as they are not reclining and are located close to the galleys and lavatories.


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