Vintage Airline Seat Map: USAir Boeing 737-300

Earlier this year I posted the seat map for USAir’s 737-200 seen flying the skies in 1987, and now bring you the airline’s Boeing 737-300 for this installment of Vintage Airline Seat Maps.

As was the case with the -200 version, row 1 here was also aft facing complete with “poker†tables. Also, I asked in the earlier seat map post if anyone knew when USAir added first class to its fleet, and reader Lee provided the following answer:

USAir officially became a 2-class airline in 1989 (with great fanfare at the time) immediately after merging with another large regional airline, Piedmont Airlines. At that time, USAir also ditched the red/brown paint scheme (a holdover from the late 1970′s when USAir was named Allegheny Airlines) and introduced the paint scheme they would use until changing their name to US Airways in 1996.

You’d likely find me in a window near the leading edge of the wing, such as 6A/F or 7A/F.

Where would you sit?

a diagram of a plane

USAir 737-300 seat map

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