Row 9 or 10 on 737-600?

Old Jul 12, 08, 11:55 am
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Row 9 or 10 on 737-600?

Is there really a missing seat on the 737-600 in row 9 by the window ? What's the best selection on this aircraft?

This aircraft has 22 rows.
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Old Jul 12, 08, 12:49 pm
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Originally Posted by gnaget View Post
Is there really a missing seat on the 737-600 in row 9 by the window ? What's the best selection on this aircraft?

This aircraft has 22 rows.
I think that it's the rows where the emergency exits are, and those rows have only two seats instead of three.
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Old Jul 12, 08, 12:50 pm
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I think that it's the rows where the emergency exits are, and those rows have only two seats instead of three.
Then doesn't 10A or 10F have "infinite" legroom?
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Old Jul 13, 08, 1:00 pm
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Then doesn't 10A or 10F have "infinite" legroom?
10A has infitintive legroom. Be aware that the two seats on row 9 does not recline at all.
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Old Jul 13, 08, 5:42 pm
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And on the remaining rows there seems to be the same (horrible) seat pitch as on the 737-800s used between ARN-CPH-OSL.

Darn, it was uncomfortable when I tried the new configuration of 737-600 for the first time. At least on row 6.
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Old Jul 16, 08, 10:50 am
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So, was this a "domestic" version 736? Or have they all been re-configured? The aircraft had 22 rows.

I remember flying on a 736 on the same route ARN-BRU a few years ago and row 9 did not have the missing seat, but more legroom.

I think the trend with 737s (now talking for all airlines) is that they often do a missing seat when the pitch is tight.

BTW, I don't think that this aircraft had convertible seats in C.
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Old Jul 16, 08, 6:12 pm
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Originally Posted by gnaget View Post
So, was this a "domestic" version 736? Or have they all been re-configured? The aircraft had 22 rows.

I remember flying on a 736 on the same route ARN-BRU a few years ago and row 9 did not have the missing seat, but more legroom.

I think the trend with 737s (now talking for all airlines) is that they often do a missing seat when the pitch is tight.

BTW, I don't think that this aircraft had convertible seats in C.
I don't think all planes have been re-configured. But I think they all will be and this is the new configuration. I had the pleasure of sampling the comfort on HAM-ARN.

And, no, the A-B-C side does not have convertible seats.
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