It’s time again for a little narrowbody love for this installment of Vintage Airline Seat Maps. Featured below is a Northwest Airlines MD-80 seen flying around in the late 1980s and seating a total of 143 passengers – 12 in First Class and 131 in coach.
While definitely not a favorite aircraft of mine to fly, I always did enjoy the quietness when sitting near the front, so although rows 19 and 20 are reported to have the most leg room, you’d find me in row seven or eight in coach. In First Class, I’d opt for a window seat in row two.
Where would you sit?