Sitzplan Boeing 767-300ER Icelandair
Flugzeug Boeing 767-300ER Icelandair mit 2 Klassen und 259 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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5F, and presumably 5B, get bumped by the flight attendants as they come back from economy, because they stick out and the aisle changes between classes. Annoying while you are trying to sleep--happened at least 5 times. Seemed like less leg room in Saga than US domestic first class though the pitch stats are similar. Comfortable seats, good service, decent meals.
All the B, D, and F seats in Economy have a large metal box bolted under them that restricts foot and backpack space for the seat behind. The seat map should color all B, D, and F seats in Economy yellow (except bulkhead rows 6 and 20) and note the restricted space under the seat in front of you.
There is an obstruction below the seat in front of seat 10F that restricts the toe space
Boeing 767-300ER (76W) seat 14B: the storage area underneath the front seat is about 40% of the storage capacity. This due to a box (possible for entertainment system) located underneath seat 13B. If you place a high/wide bag you extremely limit your legspace. Would consider this a yellow seat.
In 19 A/B/F/G, you have plenty of knee room, but the bulkhead wall makes it so that you can't put your feet any farther forward than your knees. For this reason, I don't think they are justified in charging a $60 premium for this seat. I ended up moving from 19G to 20E. There are jumpseats in front of 20C/D not shown in the diagram, but these are not in front of 20E, so the legroom is phenomenal. The only downside is that people were constantly (often multiple people per minute!) stepping over my feet to get from the left aisle to the right lavatory or vice-versa.
Two flights on 763 in Row 20 (over wing exit) - seat A/B. Seats have lots of leg room due to being exit row. - but seat A does not have an arm rest, standard seat with tray table in arm, decent recline. Entertainment box under B - but not bad with the additional legroom. All cabin baggage for those seats need to be placed in the overhead bins during take off and landing. One of the flights we were told we could not have our bags on the floor during flight (?). But beware - the bins over the seats house the life raft and you cannot put anything in there - forced to stow infront/behind/across from the seats.
Icelandair discontinued the Economy Comfort line of service this past spring, so seats in rows 6-8 no longer come with free meals and alcoholic drinks, nor priority boarding. The seats are now offered for an additional fee as "extra legroom" seats. I believe the pitch is 1 additional inch.
This plane does not have any air vents for the passengers! I've never seen that before on any plane. It was extremely hot and stuffy with no air movement while the plane was on the ramp loading, and didn't start getting comfortable until the engines were started and we started taxiing out. Also, all the seats have USB charging via the entertainment system. Entertainment system is pretty good though the movie selection isn't.
All seats in the middle (sagaclass D row) are less wide than the other seats in the sagaclass, about 1 inch
under 10B is a metallic Box, so less Space for Handbagadge /Feets ...
Good Seat, good Space, good view to outside
Seat 29B cannot accommodate a backpack under tge seat in front of you due to a protruding black box. Bag must go in the overhead bin. Also, all seats have USB for charging devices
The legroom in row 1 is reduced by the bulkhead. Rows 2-5 have more legroom.
Under seat 9B is the media box for the videos so there is reduced leg room under it.