Vintage Airline Seat Map: Piedmont Airlines 767-200ER

I just read somewhere that Boeing completed production of the 1,000th 767, so this week’s Vintage Airline Seat Map is a Piedmont Airlines 767-200ER. This twin cabin configuration accommodated 210 passengers: 25 in Business Class, and 185 in Coach. I personally liked the single middle seat in the forward cabin, but you’d most likely find me on a window seat such as 1A or 2A if I were in Business Class. The best coach seats look to be in row 6, and maybe the overwing exits at 14A/B and 14F/G, although the proximity to the lavatories might be an issue there.

Where would you sit?

a diagram of a passenger seat



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