Seat Map Boeing 737-800 (738) v2 American Airlines

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Seat Map Boeing 737-800 (738) v2 American Airlines
Seat Map Boeing 737-800 (738) v2 American Airlines

Airplane Boeing 737-800 (738) v2 American Airlines with 4 classes and 172 seats on board. Use airplane seat map to find which ones are more comfortable and which should be avoided.

Reviews

10/16/2019 Abdallah E, seat 9F

I flew a short hop from GCM-MIA in MCE and then had the same aircraft in Economy for MIA-SDQ. I was impressed with the new interior: no issues with people fighting for overhead storage and sufficient room for my legs even in "roach". The interior was bright and clean, service cheerful on both legs. I might complain that the seat...

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9/4/2019 Abdallah E, seat 1A

This is new Oasis class. Entire Row 1 is HORRIBLE. There is more leg space in a regular economy seat than Row 1. This should not be sold as a FC seat ever!!!!

7/22/2019 Lynnette P, seat 12A

Brand new plane, lovely. No window at 12A

7/21/2019 Malcolm S, seat 15C

Beware! This flight was supposed to be Layout 1 and an Exit Row. Last minute equipment change to Layout 2 (dreaded Project Oasis) resulted in downgrade from MCE (exit row) to MC with no recline.

7/21/2019 Jessica H, seat 15F

Exit row worh tons of legroom. Cramped shoulders though. Seat seems slighrly woder than Delta confogiration.

7/7/2019 Nancy H, seat 17A

On a newer plane. While extra room because exit row, the window is offset. The room os significantly reduced. Would avoid this seat.

6/4/2019 Abdallah E, seat 3A

This is the dreaded Oasis config. AVOID AT ALL COSTS. They've shoved an additional 12 seats into this aircraft at the expense of personal space and passenger comfort. The lavs are too small to turn around in, the seats are thin and hard and your butt WILL be asleep on flights longer than about an hour. First class under seat...

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5/12/2019 Abdallah E, seat 16D

Plane had the new interior. Large overhead bins were nice. My seat was in an exit row so leg room was adequate. Armrests are very narrow but allow for a wider seat. Good tradeoff in my opinion. Bathrooms very small and both had lots of liquid on the floor. Not pleasant. Also seems like this plane could use another restroom. Ther...

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5/12/2019 Abdallah E, seat 4DAND4F

Last Row of First Class in front of a non-existent Bulkhead was miserable. Much less knee room than other first class rows. Coach Bulkhead row right behind you risks children or sympathy animals being right behind your open seating. Seats are definitely less comfortable, thinner padding, etc. I pay for first class and these ...

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4/8/2019 Edward F, seat 3A

New seats in this plane 737-800, same seats as in new 737 MAX, in first class are EXTREMELY HARD even though they are wider. MUCH Less of a recline for 1st class seat EXTREMELY unconfortable especially for a long flight. Rest room TINY!!!

3/28/2019 Eric B, seat 13F

This seat is NOT for anyone broad shouldered. It is jammed against the fuselage forcing me to sit crooked and forces me to lean into the center seat about 6”. Go for the aisle!

3/26/2019 Abdallah E, seat 21A

Leg room is tight, but overall I think it's more comfortable than the old 737-800 configuration. Window and aisle seats no longer have IFE electrical boxes underneath the seats, although a small one remains under middle seats. The lavs are as bad as you've heard about.

3/4/2019 Abdallah E, seat 12A

No window or cutout, little shoulder room due to missing cutout.

3/3/2019 Abdallah E, seat 29F

This far back in the plane the window seats seem to have less leg room. It looks like the seats are angled slightly to match the curvature of the plane. In this seat the window frame matches up directly with your should. If you have broad shoulders this pushes you into the middle seat. Avoid windows in the rear on this plane.

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