Airplane Saab 340B United Airlines has 1 classes on board with total of 34 seats. Use airplane seat map to find which ones are more comfortable and which ones should be avoided.
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I had a hard time seeing outside because of the window placement
Service was great. Flight was delayed but made it on time to destination. Aircraft was in good shape.
Not a bad seat, but a bit uncomfortable due to the curvature of the plane. Not much engine noise considering that it is nearly outside the window. This plane is slow. It is a prop after all not a jet so it feels like you just creep along.
Good seat on exit row by the window. All other seats are very similar as far as size and comfort. Enjoyable but a bit noisy flight.
Row 6 seats do not recline, since they are in front of an exit row.
this is the worst seat on this type of aircraft also seats 3 on the opposite side.passengers please note there is no view at all from the window hence the window is closed off.
Most crammed commercial airplane I have ever been in. My friend, who was based out of Chicago with United for almost ten years, warned me about the discomfort of these airplanes. I had to sit in row 8 even though the flight was empty for weight and balance issues, but I recommend rows 1 and 7 for the best comfort though. It was ...
Good seat with a ton of leg room. There is no armrest on the window side of the seat, being most Silver flights are around an hour it wasn't too annoying.
Despite the touted "10 decibel quieter" claim of Silver Airways, their Saab 340B was the noisiest plane I've ridden to date. I'd hate to hear it without their special noise canceling design. I'm generally the type who never even notices engine sounds that my fellow travelers complain about, but this one was enough to annoy me. I...
The SF3 is a great little plane, but seat A11 is definitely not optimal. The air conditioning is right behind you above row 12. It's not only loud, but it blows right on your head.
The seat back is actually pitched forward on both 12A and 12C. This was ridiculous -- it cannot be meant for an adult. (Note 12D and 12Fwere 'normal', as they are mounted several inches closer toward the front of the aircraft.)