American Airlines

Boeing 737-800

(Configuration 2)

First
A
B
E
F
3
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Economy
A
B
C
D
E
F
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Comments

The American Airlines Boeing 737-800 plane is configured with domestic First Class and Coach and is often used on routes to lower demand domestic destinations as well as parts of the Caribbean and Central America.

The following is courtesy of the FlyerGuide Wiki

  • Business (Domestic First). Articulating recliner seats with tray tables in the center armrests and a laptop bin in the aisle/window armrests. AC power at every seat.

  • Coach. Articulating recliner seats with 2 AC power outlets for every three seats (in every row). The seats cushions are thinner than in previous seats to accommodate slightly reduced pitch. The reduced pitch combined with the removal of a galley allows for an increase from 28 to 30 rows in coach. Exit rows are excellent choices because of the extra legroom.


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    Cabin # Seats Pitch Width
    First 16 40" 21"
    Economy 144 31-32" 17"