CommentsThis Boeing 757-200 is usually used on lower capacity international routes. Continental has been very successful in using this plane to open up new markets. Currently, Continental serves the largest number of international destinations of any airline.
The entire Continental Boeing 757-200 fleet has touch screen AVOD (Audio Video On Demand) installed in BusinessFirst and Economy Class, giving every passenger their ultimate choice of in-flight entertainment. Dedicated Power-ports for personal computers are installed in BusinessFirst, and shared for every seat in the Economy cabin.
New thinner profile Economy Class seats have also been installed at the same time as the AVOD system. The pitch remains the same but the new seat design provides more knee room with the seat bottom sliding forward as the seat is reclined.
Note: Continental is changing the row numbering in economy to standardize its fleet. This configuration has the older row numbering designations, which is being phased out but is still in existence on some airplanes.
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|- Notes: With 14 inches (156 degree) of recline / PC Power ports (no power adaptor required)|
|- Notes: With 5 inches of recline / Row 34 seat width: 16.2 / In-seat power on rows 7-16|