How about a little regional carrier love for this installment of Vintage Airline Seat Maps?
Appearing below is the seat map for a United Express British Aerospace BAE 146-200 seen flying the skies in 1998. I enjoyed flying on this bird, as the interior was nearly equivalent to a 737. And the #avgeek in me loved the high-wing, four-engine exterior.
This aircraft style is still flying these days, but renamed as the Avro RJ. I flew on a SWISS stretched version a couple of years ago from Frankfurt to Zurich.
You’d likely find me in a window seat near the wing, such as 5A or 6A.
Where would you sit?
Here’s an added bonus pic of a BAe 146-200 I snapped at Chicago O’Hare sometime around 1990 (Air Wisconsin, I believe):