Airplane Boeing 737-800 (738) Scandinavian Airlines (SAS) has 1 classes on board with total of 181 seats. Use airplane seat map to find which ones are more comfortable and which ones should be avoided.
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I paid extra for emergency row seat 15E. All of the economy seats on this plane are much too narrow. My shoulders overlapped with the guy next to me. One of us had to lean forward in the seat to allow for the other's shoulder. Both of us are average sized males. The seats are so narrow as to forbid turning a little sideways to allow for more shoulder room. I paid extra for this seat. I was completely disappointed with this seat. VERY UNCOMFORTABLE.
Best seat ever. Next to nice window, emergency exit and as the seat in front of you is removed, you have heaps of space for your legs.
Pleasantly surprised. I have been avoiding SAS save for trans Atlantic flights because I though their planes were uncomfortable. Not the case. Granted, this was a short hop from BGO to OSL and the plane wasn't full but even at 6'6", I had enough leg room. Service was decent given the short amount of time in the air.
Old tired planes that are in desperate need for an upgrade. Narrow seats, although ok leg room. SAS Plus gets you a meal on the plane, but it's likely to be cold food, even if it's a cooked meal. Breakfast was rubbish, although lunch carrying on, on the same plane, was mostly edible. Staff isn't very friendly and seem to ignore passengers that don't speak a Scandinavian language. Not an airline I'd go out of my way to fly with.
The cabin was very fresh and new, but the plane was still 17 years, so the flight was kind of bumpy. I am 1m 72cm and had pretty good legroom. Seat with and recline was good and comfortable. The food was very hot, but very good. The plane had not WiFi witch is very strange to not have in 2018. I talked to the cabin crew, and the plane was almost the only one without WiFi so I hope my return flight has WiFi. Good menus and magazines. The service was very good, the cabin crew was very nice and helpfull. At the end SAS was worth the money.
I noticed window is very small. I ever love watch many lands, sea and clouds as I wish window will extra big and very strong plastic/glass.
Seat does have a hole in the wall that does allow for extra legspace. However the seat itself is not very comfortable. Very tight to the sides, small shared armrests.
On the new cabins SAS has added a power supply unit by the middle seats. Make the space very tight
Short seat. Avoid it
Aisle seats have less storage for bags under the seat in front than middle and window seats.
The window for this seat is slightly misaligned, and there is reduced place in the shoulder area due to the misaligned window.
Regular seat in the 737, nice feature is that this seat has two windows.
Sas 737-800 are pretty old. No entertainment onboard and no air map shown on screens. The chairs are narrow and it´s not much space for your legs. We traveled in SAS Plus-class but there is is no chair differences between SAS Go and SAS Plus. Eat before you board the plane, the cold food served onbaord was. the worst food i have been eating on a plane.
There is extra legroom in this seat!!! Just as it is in seat 17A.
Uncomfortable seats with very hard backs. Only one offer of tea/coffee on a 3 hour flight. Nothing else free at all.
Confortable seating for a short 1 hour flight, less legroom than on the other SASPlus aircraft, but for 1 hour from ARN to CPH, plentiful
Probably one of the worst economy cabins i have been in. Seats are like cardcoard, stiff small and hard. Im not a tall guy at all (5'9) and my knees were on the seat in front of me. For cheap flights around Europe you put up with it. Wish there was more selection other than free coffee or tea served.
This seat is narrow and not very comfortable
There is lots of extra legroom for this seat, since seat 16F is missing due to the emergency exit.
Excellent leg room at least 38 inches. SAS Plus is excellent service and excellent value.