donald asked in TravelAir Travel · 7 months ago

On a small jet plane the seating is labeled ABC for left row all the way to the back and DEF for the Right row of seats all the way back?

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  • DEBS
    Lv 7
    7 months ago

    If there are 6 seats across, you're not on a small jet. That is average. The small ones have a single seat on the left and two on the right.

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  • 7 months ago

    On small Airbus A320, B737, and other single aisle jet aircraft are generally laid out in 3x3 or some 3x2, rows are number front to rear, with some front rows being business or first class, these maybe 2x2 configuration, lettering of seats follows ABC DEF, on business and first this could be AB CD or AC DF

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  • 7 months ago

    And...................your question is what? Small planes do NOT have for more than three seats across.

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  • 7 months ago

    Well, it would be pretty dumb to switch up the order every other row

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  • Daniel
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    7 months ago

    Yes, that is the general convention for narrow body commercial aircraft.

    Usually if it is 2x3 or 2x2, they will skip the letters for the middle seats (ie AC DF or ABC DF).

    Widebodies go farther down the alphabet, usually skipping I (because it can be confused with a 1).

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    • Daniel
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      7 months agoReport

      True for some airlines. Others (like American) go with AB DF. I was thinking more of narrow body first class. I was also thinking of MD-80s, but apparently American goes AB DEF on theirs and Delta is ABC DE/AB CDE.

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  • 7 months ago

    Large jets too have a similar system.

    Seats as you look to the back From left to right A,B,C,......... as required.

    The rows start at one and increase to the back.

    Private jets do not normally label the seats.

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  • 7 months ago

    Yes it is...….I guess

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  • 7 months ago

    IF there are three seats on either side of the aisle. Sometimes the seat labels leave out a letter if there are only two seats on that side.

    • dogtags40
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      7 months agoReport

      Yes, and the missing letter is always the center seat, so that on a narrow-body plane A and F are always window seats, and C and D are always aisles.

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  • 7 months ago

    That of course depends on the plane.

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  • Pearl
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    7 months ago

    it probably depends on the plane, theyre all different

    • dogtags40
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      7 months agoReport

      No, there are certain conventions for all planes, to avoid confusion.

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