It’s time for another Vintage Airline Seat Map and I’ve selected a United Airlines Boeing 747-200 seen flying the skies in the mid to late 1990s.
This configuration, classified as “YR,” seated 369 passengers in the typical three- class international layout and featured a spiral staircase to the upper deck. Having two lavatories upstairs is impressive given the limited real estate of the short-hump 747s (the -100s flying at the same time only had one).
You’d find me in 2A in first class, 10A or 11A in business, and I’d probably opt for 29G in coach even though that mini-cabin from rows 20-23 might be quieter.
Where would you sit?
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