Vintage Airline Seat Map: United Airlines Boeing 737-200

It’s time for another Vintage Airline Seat Map, and I’ve selected a United Airlines Boeing 737-200. Seating 109 passengers in a two-cabin configuration, this bird was an absolute workhorse for United during its tenure with the carrier & affectionately called the “guppy.” I flew it many, many times in both cabins and really enjoyed watching the reverse thrust panels activate on landing when I sat near the back. It was a noisy little jet, but fun to fly according to the pilot’s I flew with when I interned at United and could jumpseat in the cockpit. As a passenger, I preferred 2 C or D up front, or the first few rows of coach.

Similar to: Delta Air Lines Boeing 737-200

Where would you sit?

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