Itâ€™s time for another Vintage Airline Seat Map and Iâ€™ve selected an unusual one this week. World Airways â€“ I knowâ€¦ they mislabeled it World Airlines â€“ primarily flew (and currently flies) members of the military to war zones the world over along with other contracted business.
If Wikipedia is correct, they currently operate a couple of different configurations of the MD-11, the successor to the DC-10 â€“ some with â€œpremiumâ€ seating unlike the all coach 354-seater Douglas bird below.
Itâ€™s interesting that this seat map denotes row nine as having the most legroom. Perhaps it did, but if I were flying on this airplane, youâ€™d find me in one of the exit row aisles or maybe seat 3D or 3G. Iâ€™d have to imagine the pitch was pretty tight. Also notice the bank of seven lavs in the backâ€¦ whoa!
Where would you sit?