CommentsThe Boeing 767-200 is sometimes called the baby widebody, since this is the smallest plane with two aisles in airline service. This international configuration is mainly used in U.S. to European and Asian routes.
BusinessFirst offers 55 inches of pitch and all seats have personal video screens. Beware that there is In-Flight Entertainment equipment located under the seats of A, B, E, K and L in coach; only the center block aisle seats (D and F) do not have the IFE equipment under the seat.
Power ports for personal computers are available at all BusinessFirst seats, as well as in rows 16-23 in coach.
Note that row 18 is sometimes reserved for crew rest seats, and may not show up as available until very close to departure.
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|- Notes: With 15 inches (156 degree) of recline|
|- Notes: With 5 inches of recline / 37KL seat width: 17 inches / PC Power ports (power adaptor required) on rows 16-23|