Seat map Boeing 737-800 “Delta Airlines”. Best seats in the plane

Seat map Boeing 737-800 “Delta Airlines”. Best seats in the plane


The cabin of the Boeing 737-800 operated by Delta Airlines is divided into three classes and has 160 seats.

Seat map of the Boeing 737-800

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First class of Boeing 737-800 includes 16 recliner seats that have 2-2 configuration. The seats of the 1st row have several remarks such as: limited space for passengers legs becuase of the bulkhead located in front, limited space for storing hand-luggage in overhead bins that are intended for emergency equipment and lack of floor storage during takeoff and landing.

There are 18 economy comfort seats on the Boeing 737-800 airplane. The seats of the 10th row are narrower than other standard seats as tray tables are in the armrests making them immovable. These seats have no floor storage during takeoff and landing. Also passengers of the seats 10A, 10B, 10E and 10F will not feel comfortable because of the bulkhead located in front of these seats that reduces the legroom. As the bulkhead is not extended all the way, passengers of the seats 10C and 10D may take advantage of extra space for their legs but other passengers and crew members tens to bump into these seats.

Economy class may accommodate 126 passengers. The seats 13A and 13F have no windows. These seats are designated by Delta Airlines as Preferred Seats that may be chosen by Delta Medallion members when booking or later. These seats may be given to other passengers during check-in if available.

The seats 16A and 16F are less reclining because of the exit row located behind and have thinner cushion. The other seats in this row have also limited recline.

The seats of the 17th row are not reclining because of the exit row located behind. As there is another exit row in front, passengers of these seats may feel comfortable due to extra space for their legs. At the same time these seats as compared to other standard seats and thinner and narrower. The seats 17B, 17C, 17D and 17E may be chosen by Delta Medallion members at time of booking or later.

Passengers of the seats 18A and 18F may take advantage of extra legroom. These seats are thinner than other standard seats and on the windows sides there are no armrests for these seats. Another disadvantage of these seats is long distance to the tray table located in the seat in front. The other seats of these row (18B, 18C, 18D and 18E ) also have extra space for passengers’ legs but the tray tables are built-in the armrests reducing the width of these seats. All the seats of 18th row may be selected by Delta Medallion members when booking or afterwards.

The seats 32C and 32D are standard but their close location to the lavatories may be bothersome.

As always the seats of the last row in any airplane are considered bad seats and one of the reasons is their close location to the lavatories. The seats of the 33rd row may also have limited recline.


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