Sitzplan Boeing 757-200 (752) Icelandair
Flugzeug Boeing 757-200 (752) Icelandair mit 2 Klassen und 183 Sitzen an Bord. Dank dem Flugzeug-Sitzplan können Sie herausfinden, welche Plätze komfortabler sind und welche am besten vermieden werden sollten.
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Nice amount of space between my knees and the seat in front of me. Seat was wide enough for me. Window is there, but a little forward toward the seat in front of me. I was able to take some nice photos of Greenland. I would sit here again if I had to.
The seats in Economy area incredibly tight, and the pitch is only 33 inches. I suspect it's less than that. I'm 5'7 and this was the most cramped seat I can remember in many years of flying. The service and amenities in Economy on Icelandair are very good - when was the last time there were pillows and blankets on every seat and you were greeted on board with a bottle of water? Seatback entertainment was good, although I only watched the flight map :) But the cramped seat made it difficult to sleep. I know every airline is jamming in extra rows, but it really impacts the customer experience - if any airline cares, which I doubt.
Very limited leg room for an exit row because the emergency door sticks out
Underseat storage height is limited because there’s a box under the front seat
The obstruction of the door isn't a problem at all, one can still completly strech there legs. The great thing about this seat is that IT IS FREE (because of the door beeing slighlty in the way). So great deal, I highly recommend it.
Business class is no better than Economy plus
There was plenty of leg room. Seats were comfortable and had USB charging ports. The inflight movies and music had a good selections.
I flew from Dulles IAD to Iceland on 22 Aug and paid $65 for Seat 10D supposedly a seat with more leg room. What I had was a seat that would not allow me to extend both of my legs at the same time due to hardware of the seat in front of me. The seats were so close that every time the passenger in front of me the back of his seat would hit my knees. The seats themselves were as hard as wood. The back had no padding at all and would not even recline a little bit. In general it was the most uncomfortable flight I have ever had since I started flying with commercial aircraft in 1948.
This seat is above the wing and has little view outside. Also, meals will probably have run out by the time the flight attendants arrive at tour seat. Buy in advance!
Plenty of legroom, one USB power port per seat, odd smell from the nearby lavatories but whatever.
We had a very enjoyable flight from CDG to KEF. We had a 2 hour delay due to an unruly passenger having to be removed but overall we found the flight very comfortable. The business seats were quite roomy and comfortable. Cabin service was excellent and the food and drink were very nice. We are looking forward to our return flight.
The seats in business class resemble a bit of the last Sabena business class seats, a 90/00s config. I find them very comfortable and the service is outstanding as usual. The recline is plenty for 3-5 hour flights.
The most uncomfortable business class seats I have ever experienced on any airline I've flown with - and that's many. Pitch and recline are very inadequate, seat comfort is terrible - very poor ergonomics, risk of cutting blood circulation to the legs. Not suitable for sleeping during a night flight. All the seats in this cabin are the same in these respects. Not recommended unless you don't care about comfort or sleeping on a plane.
Flew this route from Munich to Reykjavik. 24B is a well cushioned and narrow seat. There was a media storage box under the seat in front of me, blocking my bag -- they're spread throughout the plane. Also, row 24 was the last to be served and the last to deplane -- connection catching was not fun!
No leg room, not a business class seat in the amount of room. Very cramped. Both 2DF and 1AC
I think all the economy seats are painful on this plane. No matter the aisle or the window, the narrow seats just hurt. Horrible plane on the whole.
Incredibly uncomfortable for an 8 hour flight. No reclining makes it worse when the person in front of you does recline. I was in a car accident a month prior to my flight, and the extra narrow seat made my hips hurt. You can't even shift your weight without bothering the person next to you. Did have usb power on the tv. all and all, very painful flight.
Icelandair in addition to sometimes reconfiguring Economy Comfort seats into Economy will sometimes slide the Saga Class bulkhead forward and sell the Saga Class seats in rows 5 and 6 as Economy Comfort.
This review is for 10D on the Icelandair 757-200. It is right behind the seats near the exits. That makes this one of the best seats on the plane. Why? I shouldn't even mention this but here we go: Front seat CANNOT lean back, so you will have no obstruction from the passenger in front of you dropping the back of their seat in your lap. Also, because of the design of the sea in front of you, you actually have a bit more leg room than in any of the economy seats (I imagine this is for all seats in the 10th row). However, 10D is the best in this row (and I imagine the outside seat in the opposite row) because you can lift the arm-wrest on your left side. None of the other seats in row D can lift their arm-wrest except the aisle seats.
Floor space is limited for this seat with power equipment mounted under 11D. Overall not bad but a tight fit if you are 6'1"