There were two different seating configurations for Delta’s Boeing 737-200s flying the skies back in 1987, one of which I previously posted. Here is the second version for this installment of Vintage Airline Seat Maps.
The seat map appearing below sports 8 seats in first class and 107 in coach, which was the most common dual-class layout for this short- to medium-haul workhorse.
Notice the odd first class row numbering. Hmm.
In first class you’d find me in 2D 3D, and in coach I’d certainly be keen on 10A/F if there were indeed as much legroom as shown.
Where would you sit?
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