Old Aug 22, 13, 5:26 pm
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Originally Posted by rembrandtuk View Post
The reason for asking is that on a recent trip to AMS the B seat in the first row of ET was blocked in the seat map but on boarding the middle seat was occupied. According to BA Source the A320 that operated the flight had space saver seats. Is this the only aircraft where this occurs?

Travelling to JER with my partner on a 737 next week and don't want to reserve the first row of ET to find someone in middle of us on boarding.

Thanks
The B seat on the 737 is permanently blocked and in CE configuration in the first 5 rows, so as long as ET is as far forward as row 5 you can guarantee a free middle seat. They do this to reduce the seat count to ensure they can operate with only 3 crew.
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