As I mentioned in last week’s post, I’ll be posting vintage airline seat maps from time to time for any enthusiasts out there like myself.
This week is United’s newlywed Continental Airlines, and their long-retired 727-100. I flew on a handful of United’s dash-100s, but they didn’t block that seat across from the mid-cabin galley. I’m wondering if Continental modified that area to accommodate a flight attendant jumpseat? Any seat in row 26 would be horrible with the lavs, no recline and engine noise. You’d probably find me forward of the galley in 6C if I were in coach, or 2 E or F in first class.
Where would you sit?