Vintage Airline Seat Map: Eastern Airlines Airbus A300-B4

I previously posted the all-coach Air Shuttle version of Eastern’s Airbus A300s, and here now was their standard two-class bird for this installment of Vintage Airline Seat Maps.

Check out the pair of seats in row 10. Those were either fabulous or horrible seats, regardless of the fact that 10A didn’t recline. I wonder if the bulkhead behind row 4 was a wall or a soft partition?

You’d find me in row 2 or 3 in first class and 16 or 17 in coach (there were a couple of “missing windows†in rows 12-15, though this map fails to identify them).

Where would you sit?

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  1. I smoked in 87, so I’d likely be in the back. Now I’d be as far away as possible. How did the row 35 “buffer zone” work? Were they non-smoking seats at a lower fare? Reserved for standby passengers desperate for anything?

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