Airplane Boeing 737-800 (738) v1 United Airlines has 3 classes on board with total of 154 seats. Use airplane seat map to find which ones are more comfortable and which ones should be avoided.
|first||38||21||1 - 4||16|
|economy plus||37||17.3||7 - 21||48|
|economy||31||17.3||22 - 37||90|
Horribly cramped. Seat pitch much, much too small.
The lav has a deep bump-out into the lav space where seats 37D-E-F presumably recline into the wall. The lav is the smallest I have ever encountered on an airplane, no exaggeration. I would recommend against any seat on this plane because of this issue.
Limited space in overhead bin as lifejackets are stored here.
If you own shoulders, especially a shoulder on the right side of your body, do not select this seat. The misaligned window combined with the lack of reclining makes this a particularly uncomfartable seat. It actually sits more erect than your average seatbacks full up position. BAD SEAT!!
Horrible seat. Little to no legroom and very narrow. Also not easy to fit a personal item under the seat. I'm only 5'6" and still felt cramped.
one of the worst experiences flying. They have crammed the seats in so much that if the person in front puts their seat back ones face is about 12" from the seat back let along my knees being right up against the seat. Service was good but simple. I don't understand why they have to cram so many seats in. This is worse than travelling Greyhound bus in the 70s! We were in the row in front of the exit seats and one would think they would allow the seat to go back further than the others but no!
Worst Flight ever - the seats are supper narrow. The guy in the middle had wide shoulders and took half of either seat on his side. Only 2 bathrooms in the back for the whole economy and super tiny. Long lines blocking the aisle.
Seat size (34D) horrible: No leg room; knees were pressed painfully for 3 hrs into the seat in front; & endured constantly blinking screen less than 15 inches from my face, unable to turn it off due to arm-rest controls broken. Have flown 100s of flights & not exaggerating when say this one of worst experiences flying! Cannot understand how UA believes full-grown adult (63 195 lbs.) can fit comfortably & safely in seat barely large enough for a 5 year old. Wife (54 140 lbs.) equally uncomfortable in 34C. Unfortunately, seat size not only problem, here list of concerns: - People in neighboring seats were pouring over their seats into ours - again, seat size. - No room to store small things in seat backs. - Service abysmal, appearing that FAs not care about passengers. - EVERYTHING was an up-sell (better seats, food, bag check, etc.). - Plane not cleaned before boarding. - Bathrooms filthy. I cleaned the lav once & my wife, twice disgusting! - Most ignored Pre-Flt Safety Announcement, talking over video so loudly it was impossible to hear. Staff did nothing to mitigate this. - Noise level in cabin was ear-popping levels: baby crying, people yelling, etc. - AC was blasting & frost-bite level. Unless flying 1st Class (& even that no longer gtd), I would not expect to be comfortable on this or future UA flts. It is apparent to me that airlines like UA have relegated us to mere numbers on your balance sheets, with little regard to customer care & comfort. I do NOT plan on flying UA again.
Good seat. Legroom is good. Seat cushion is a little thin for the 5 hour portion of the trip to Hawaii but for the shorter connections, it's not too bad.
Foot room reduced due to seat anchor. No more than 10 inches wide. Dont wxpect to put anything under your seat not advised for someone with a 30 femur.
This seat is right behind the bulkhead , so there's actually less leg room then there would be in econony despite this being a first class seat. So if you are tall, stay away from the first row on this plane.
No room for floor storage for this specific seat or 7D due to divider layout
Standard economy seat with limited leg room. The flight to Roatan was almost three hours. I am 6"4" 280#...my knees couldn't fit behind the seat in front of me. I had to watch out for the drink cart the whole flight. Strange because on the was down to RTB I had seat 32C and felt like it had enough leg room
Standard economy seat with ample leg and shoulder room. The flight to Roatan was almost three hours. I am 6"4" 280# and was comfortable enough.
This plane should have been retired 20 years ago. It's no comfort to know that it's been retrofitted so many times that the plane's virtually a different model. Comfort is no concern flying a 737-800: there isn't any. Avoid this plane if you can, get the very best seat available if you can't. And hope for a short trip.
Flew to maui in economy preferred and returned in economy. This is worst plane i have ever been in. Only two rear restrooms in resr of plane and no leg space in 31d. Will never fly this type of plsne again. Aldo uniteds srlf check is awful..did not print bag tags twice both ways.
worst leg room ever experienced on a flight. I sat next to the window in a row of three across and was so claustrophobic on a 7 hour flight, that I could barely manage it. Did not even attempt to use the restroom - could not begin to get out of the seats. This was worse than flying on the lowest of the budget airlines. United should be ashamed.
Seat has limited recline due to bulkhead behind it
These seats suck. No flat bed.. they are just a bit wider. Fly American they got flat bed in business. They call this First.. it's a joke.
31D is a very uncomfortable seat in the economy section of the plane: very tight. Your face is very close to the monitor/screen that is right in front of you, I could not not turn it off, and neither could the flight attendant when I asked. There is also very little leg room.