Seat map Boeing 767-300 “Thomas Cook”. Best seats in the plane

Seat map Boeing 767-300 “Thomas Cook”. Best seats in the plane

Boeing 767-300 operated by Thomas Cook Airlines offer 326 seats of economy class.

Seat map of the Boeing 767-300 (763)

The seats on this airplane have 29-30 inches pitch and 17 inches width.

The seats are divided into three sections. First section consists of 12 rows. Due to position of the bulkhead in front of the seats of the 1st row they have limited legroom. Noise from the galley will also cause discomfort to passengers of these seats.

As the seats 11A and 11H have no windows and do not recline because of the exit row located behind these seats are considered bad seats. Limited or no recline is also disadvantage of the seats 11B, 11G and 12CDE. Due to awkward transition of the seats from 4 to 3, the seats 11C and 11F are often bumped by other passengers passing by.

Second section contains 18 rows of seats. Passengers of the seats of the 13th row will take advantage of extra legroom. However, lavatories located nearby may cause discomfort.

Congregation of passengers near lavatory will also be bothersome for passengers of the seats 14E, 15F and 15GH. The seats 15GH offer additional legroom.

Due to exit row located behind the seats 29AB, 29GH and 30CDE are less reclining or do not recline at all. As there are no seats behind other passengers tend to bump the seats 29C and 29F when passing by.

Third section offers 13 rows of seats. The seats of the 31st row are considered the best seats on the airplane. Passengers of these seats will feel comfortable thanks to extra legroom. However, as the tray tables are built-in the armrests the width of these seats is reduced a little. Also these seats have no floor storage during take-off and landing.

As behind 4 middle seats of the 42nd row there are only 3 seats the seats 42C and 42F are often bumped by passengers passing by.

Limited recline and lavatories located behind make the seats of the last 43rd row bad seats.

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