Seat map Boeing 757-200 “American Airlines”. Best seats in the plane

Seat map Boeing 757-200 “American Airlines”. Best seats in the plane

American Airlines operates four versions of Boeing 757-200 airplanes.

First cabin version of the Boeing 757-200

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First version of Boeing 757-200 may accommodate 184 passengers: 24 passengers in the First Class, 52 – in Main Cabin Extra and 108 – in economy class.

First class of this Boeing 757-200 airplane has 6 rows per 4 seats in each. The seats 1A, 1B, 1E and 1F are standard but neighborhood of the galley and bulkhead may cause inconvenience for passengers of these seats.

The seats from 9th to 18th rows represent Main Cabin Extra. The 9th row has 4 places, the seats in other 8 rows are arranged in 3-3 configuration.
The seats of the 9th row have extra space in front of them due to the presence of Emergency Exits but the seats 9B and 9E also have extra space on one of the sides due to the fact that there are no windows seats near them. At the same time, the width of these seats is smaller and neighborhood of the galley and lavatory may cause inconvenience.

The seats 10A and 10F have a lot of extra room for passengers’ legs as there is no seat in front of them. The disadvantage of these seats is that passengers may get cold because of the emergency exits that are located in front of them. The other seats of these row on the contrary have restricted legroom.

The seats 13A, 14A, 15A and 13F, 14F and 15F are bad seats because of the missing windows.

The seats 16A and 16F are nor reclining because of the exit row located behind them.

The seats of the 17th row have extra legroom due to the Emergency Exit in front of them but at the same time these seats have limited recline due to the exit row behind. Also these seats a narrower than other seats of the airplane.

The seats of the 18th row also have a lot of extra space in front of them but they are not reclining and have reduced width.

The seats 35C and 35D and the seats of the last, 36th row are located close to the lavatories what may cause inconvenience for passengers of these seats.

Second cabin version of the Boeing 757-200

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This type of Boeing 757-200 has 176 seats divided into three classes: 16 angled-flat seats are located in Business class, 52 seats are located in Main Cabin Extra and 108 seats are located in Economy class. This version is used by American Airlines Company during international flights.

All seats in Business Class are standard, there are some remarks only for 4 seats: 1B and 1E (are located close to the galley) and 4B and 4E (are located close to the lavatory).

The seats in Main Cabin Extra are situated in 3-3 configuration except first row where there are only 4 seats.

The seats of the 9th row have extra space for passengers’ legs due to the exit in front and the seats 9B and 9E have extra space on one of the sides due to the missing windows seats. But there are also such disadvantages for passengers of these seats like lack of overhead space storage and floor storage during takeoff and landing and the seats have reduced width. Also concentration of other passengers near lavatory may cause inconvenience.

The seats of the 10th row have limited space for passengers’ legs and have reduced width because the tray table is built in the armrest making it immovable.

The seats 13A and 14A and 13F and 14F are bas seats as they have no window and the presence of air channel makes conditioning loud what cause inconvenience to passengers of these seats.

The seats 16A and 16F do not recline but they have two windows that provide better view.

The seats 17A and 17F provide extra legroom for their passengers but are not reclining because of the emergency exit located behind these seats. Also due to the presence of emergency exits passengers of these seats may get cold during the flight. Besides, these seats are narrower than other seats in the plane.

The seats from 17C to 17E and the seats from 18C and 18E have extra space in front of them but their width is reduced.

The seats 18A and 18F feature extra legroom but have limited recline and reduced width because of the tray table that is built in the armrest making it immovable. Also there is no armrest on the side of the window what may be also uncomfortable and it can get cold by the exits.

The seats 34C and 35C and 34D and 35D as well as the seats of the last, 36th row of the plane are located close to the lavatories and it may be bothersome. Also the seats of the 36th row may be less reclining.

Third cabin version of the Boeing 757-200

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The cabin of this version of Boeing 757-200 is divided into two classes: First class that includes 14 seats and Economy class that includes 176 seats.

The first row of First class consists of 2 seats. The seats 1A and 1C have some disadvantages like: restricted legroom, no floor storage during takeoff and landing and the proximity of lavatory and galley that may cause inconvenience to passengers of these places.

The seats 2D and 2F have some disadvantages as the seats 1A and 1C.

The seats of the 4th row (the last row in the First class) are less reclining because of the bulkhead located behind.

The seats 5A, 5B and 5E and 5F have limited legroom and their width is smaller due to tray table that are built in the armrest, making it immovable. Also there is no floor storage here during takeoff and landing.

The seats 5C and 5D have some extra space for passengers’ legs but these seats are also narrower and have no floor storage.

The seats 7D, 7E and 7F together with all three seats of the 8th row are considered bad seats as they are not reclining and are located close to the lavatory.

The 9th row has only two seats. The passengers of these seats will have more space for their legs but these seats do not recline and the width is also reduced. The close location of the lavatory may also cause inconvenience to passengers of these seats. Also there is no overhead storage for these seats and during the flight it can get quite cold by the exits located here.

The seats 10A, 10B and 10C have a lot of extra space in front of them as there is emergency exit there. At the same time these seats are narrower and other passengers gather here to visit lavatory. During takeoff and landing these seats have no floor storage but the overhead storage is also limited because of the emergency equipment. Passengers of these seats can also get cold by the emergency exit during the flight. The seat 10F has the same features.

The seats 13A, 14A and 13F, 14F have no window near them.

The seats 25C and 25D and the the seats of the 26th row are located close to the lavatories what may cause inconvenience for passengers of these seats. The same situation is with the seats 34C, 34D, 34E and 34F and the seats of the last, 35th row. Plus the seats of 26th and 35th row and three seats of the 34th row (34D, 34E and 34F) do not recline.

The seats of the 27th row are located in front of Emergency exit and as result passengers of these seats may take advantage of extra space for their legs. However, the width of these seats is reduced because the armrest is immovable and there is no floor storage for passengers of these seats during takeoff and landing and the overhead bins are also filled with emergency equipment. The proximity of lavatories may be bothersome. During the flight passengers of these seats may also get cold by the emergency exits.

Fourth cabin version of the Boeing 757-200

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The fourth version of Boeing 757-200 airplane has 176 seats: 12 in Business Class and 164 – in Economy class.

The seats in the Business Class are situated in 2-2 configuration. The seats of the 1st row have extra space for passengers legs, however there is no floor storage during takeoff and landing and the close location of the galley may cause inconvenience.

The seats 2C, 2D and 3C have limited floor storage because entertainment equipment is located.

Also the seat 3C together with other seats of the third row (seats 3A and 3F) have limited recline. The seat 3F is often preferred by passengers as it is very private as the seat 3F is often intended for crew members.

The seats of the 4th row provide extra room for passengers legs. However, the sears 4A, 4B and 4C have limited recline and close position of the lavatory may be bothersome.

The seats of the 5th row are less reclining because of the emergency exit located behind.

In the 6th row there are only 2 seats. These seats as well as the seats of the 7th row have extra legroom thanks to the exit row. Each seat has also some peculiarities. So, the seats 6D and 6F, 7A and 7F have reduced width and passengers of these seats may get cold by the exits during the flight. The seats 7A, 7B, 7C and 7F also have no floor storage during takeoff and landing. The seats 7D and 7E are the best seats in this airplane.

The proximity of the lavatories may cause inconvenience to passengers of the seats 22C and 22D and all the seats of the 23rd row. Also, the seats of the 23rd row are not reclining.

The seats of the 24th row have a lot of extra space for the legs because of the exit located in front of them, however close location of the lavatories may be bothersome . The seats are narrower as the tray table are in the armrests making them immovable. Also passengers may get cold during the flight.

The close location of the galleys may cause inconvenience to passengers of the seats 31C, 31D, 31E and 31F and of the last 32nd row. Also the seats 31D, 31E and 31F and all three seats of the 32nd row does not recline. And are considered bad seats.


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Domestic version of the Boeing 757-200

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This version of Boeing 757-200 has 188 seats and is used for domestic routes. The cabin is divided into two section: first class with 22 seats and 166 economy class seats.

The seats of the first row have some disadvantages: closeness of the galley and bulkhead and limited room in overhead bin.

The disadvantage of the seat 6E is closeness of the lavatory and galley.

Four seats of the 9th row feature such advantages as a lot of additional space in front of them due to location of Emergency Exit and on one of the sides (for seats B and E) due to missing window seat. But these seats have less width as the tray tables are built in the armrests and are immovable. Also, presence of the galley and lavatory near these places may cause discomfort.

The seats 10A and 10F have extra legroom due to ye missing seat in front. Bur these seats have less width as the armrests are immovable. The seats 10B, 10C, 10D and 10E on the contrary have less legroom due to the Emergency Exit in front of them.

The seats 12A and 13F and the seats 14A and 14F have no window as air-channel is located here what makes air conditioning on board very loud at these seats.

The seats 16 A and 16F are not reclining because of the Emergency exit located behind them.

The seats of the 17th row have a lot of extra space in front of them, but at the same time they are less reclining. The reason – emergency exits located in front of these seats and behind them. These seats are also a little harder than other what may cause inconvenience during long flights and a narrower.

The seats of the 18th row have the same advantages and disadvantages as the seats from 17th row.

The seats 34C and 34D, 35C and 35D and the seats of the last, 36th row are standard seats but the closeness of WC may be bothersome.

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