Seat Map Boeing 737-800 (738) v1 American Airlines

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Seat Map Boeing 737-800 (738) v1 American Airlines
Seat Map Boeing 737-800 (738) v1 American Airlines

Airplane Boeing 737-800 (738) v1 American Airlines with 3 classes and 160 seats on board. Use airplane seat map to find which ones are more comfortable and which should be avoided.


10/11/2019 Ann C, seat 11A

There is a window, but it is in the forward half of the space, which does not allow the passenger to lean into it, thus reducing the shoulder width by several inches. I choose the window for those extra inches.

9/14/2019 Abdallah E, seat 8F6

Flew this from SLC to DFW. Great view, and great engine sound during takeoff! The seat was nice, so I was able to doze off for a while.

9/7/2019 Donald H, seat 15D

Forewarning - this seat is exceedingly narrow. Vs. reducing width in all three seats per normal, AA kept Row 15 middle seats standard width and placed all the burden on A/C/D/F. Like me, you may be forced to lean into the aisle while the E seat guy enjoys his full seat + two armrests. Miserable!

8/17/2019 Abdallah E, seat 17E

This flight was supposed to be Layout 2 (Project Oasis) and an Exit Row. Last minute equipment change to Layout 1 resulted in downgrade from MCE (exit row) to MC with small leg room. No acknowledgement or announcement from flight crew despite confusion among nearby passengers. Plane was late and crew hurried to depart. Helpful ...

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8/4/2019 Stephanie C, seat 10A

No window, which causes shoulder space to be more narrow.

6/18/2019 Abdallah E, seat 14A

Seats are narrow but not oppressively so (I am short and plus-sized). Leg-room was great, more than enough to stretch legs out comfortably. I didn't notice anything strange with the arm-rests, aside from your tray folds out of them. Didn't notice anything strange about the framework of the plane, either. The media screen in the ...

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5/31/2019 Abdallah E, seat 6F

Very comfortable seat and more storage than usual for domestic first class - in addition to the seatback and decent tray table, there was a side console and an extra tray on which to set drinks. Better than average IFE selection. Would definitely recommend this seat specifically and probably the aircraft overall - in all it seem...

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5/16/2019 Steve D, seat 10F

Another comment asked for which rows have the windows aligned and not the frames between the windows. For a bigger guy, this matters so you can lean right or left and have the extra few inches before the window and not the frames in between them. Well for this aircraft you want an even numbered row for that. Seat is identical...

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5/9/2019 Abdallah E, seat 8F

Seat is comfortable, im 5'10 220+ lbs and fit nicely. Never used the power outlets since its such a short trip, the priority seating and deplaning and the free alcoholic drinks are worth the extra money.

5/4/2019 Abdallah E, seat 17C

My review is for the insufficent bathrooms in the Main Cabin -- there are only 2 serving 144 passengers, resulting in constant long lines. It was a major inconvenience. While there is a third bathroom up front, American's flight attendants actively restrict the use of this bathroom to the 16 first class passengers. This shoul...

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4/12/2019 NC Mexico Trip, seat 10F

I purchased a preferred tickets for my wife and myself to get extra leg room and I thought free drinks. I chose seats sitting next to my wife but AA changed the seats on me anyway. There were no free drinks. In seat 10F you get a little bit more tilt but that is it, no leg room. Power outlet did not work. I paid $60 to pic...

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4/11/2019 Abdallah E, seat 10F

This seat was narrower than the seat next to me. I paid for seat upgrade but AA did not honor it. They moved me to this seat so I did not get to sit next to my wife. I am 6 feet 215 lbs. I was not comfortable but at least I was toward the front of the plane. I had to bend down to look out the window. The window location di...

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3/28/2019 Abdallah E, seat 29F

The under seat storage is taken up by a power box. Same for 29E

2/6/2019 SeatGuru User, seat 9D

All seats on this 737-800 plane are very uncomfortable. The seat cushion is very thin and does not provide adequate support, specially on long flights. This plane is used for coast to coast travel, so bring your own seat cushion (BYOC).

1/26/2019 SeatGuru User, seat 7A

7A is extremely narrow as because of the bulkhead as well as the window being misaligned the window support reduces your shoulder space. Extremely uncomfortable.

1/25/2019 SeatGuru User, seat 7A

DO NOT! and I repeat DO NOT! book this seat. Absolutely the worse seat I have ever sat in on AA. First of all you are going to pay extra to get a few inches for leg room. Not true, in this seat you have a wall in from of you and no way to stretch your legs, like you could in the seats behind you. Oh, by the way, no more tv's. ...

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1/10/2019 Stephen L, seat 14A

Listed as cautionary but is truly a BAD seat. Some idiot at Boeing or American deciced to put half an armrest attached to the seat that jabs into your back/side constantly. It also reduces sear width since it almost 3 inches from the fuselage unlike regular seats. No need for it. What a pain.

12/31/2018 SeatGuru User, seat 14C

Mark It Red! The armrest tray is less than 6" wide, no tray in front, AND the seat does recline, 1/8". Never offered anything to eat, pay or no pay, got one lousy diet coke. Six hours of misery. The two lavatories had baby poop smeared everywhere while the four attendants sat in their seats for almost the entire trip. By th...

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12/26/2018 SeatGuru User, seat 8B

Row 8 seats behind bulkhead row, thus the leg room/floor space is greatly reduced in the middle row and slightly reduced in the window row, due to placement of stored bulkhead tray tables. The tray tables are stored in a metal housing under the bulkhead row seats. The middle seat has 2 trays stored in their floor space. The wind...

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12/25/2018 SeatGuru User, seat 7D

I have to disagree with those who are complaining about Row 7. This row has exceptional legroom due to the distance between the row and the barrier separating First Class from coach. If the tray tables in the armrests make the seats any less wide than Rows 8 or 9, it is imperceptible. I sat in 8D on the return trip and wished...

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