Vintage Airline Seat Map: United Airlines Boeing 767-200 MV

I previously posted United’s 767-200 MT seat map, and now bring you the other -200 version in United’s fleet seen flying the skies in 1998 for this installment of Vintage Airline Seat Maps.

This was United’s ETOPS certified 767-200 and it primarily flew international routes, though domestic hub-to-hub service was common as well.

When it did fly domestically, the crew rest seats of 13AB and 14AB were opened for general seat allocation and highly sought after as they provided slightly more legroom (this was pre-Economy Plus). They also had extendable leg rests as I recall.

You’d find me in 2A in first class, 6A or 6F in business and probably 15A or 15G in coach for the best legroom.

Where would you sit?

a diagram of a plane

United 767-200 MV seat map

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