I’ve selected a USAir DC-9-30 for this installment of Vintage Airline Seat Maps. Configured in a single class layout, it seated 110 passengers in the usual 2 x 3 format common to all DC-9 series aircraft. The first two rows featured unique forward and aft facing seats with tables in between each grouping of seats. This might be fun, especially if you were in a party of 4 or 6, but otherwise I’d hate to sit there. If row 3 had as much legroom as the map shows, that’s where you’d find me sitting, and probably on the two-seater side. If not, I’d be inclined to sit in the exit rows, which I’m sure had additional legroom beyond what appears on the map.
Where would you sit?