Seat Map Scandinavian Airlines (SAS) Boeing 737-700
Airplane Boeing 737-700 Scandinavian Airlines (SAS) with 141 seats on board. Use airplane seat map to find which ones are more comfortable and which ones should be avoided.
All seat is now fitted with usb power outlet.
This seat row is missing in some versions and hence you risk seat reassignment.
This is SUPPOSED to be business seat - paid as such. It is NOT. A regular cramped seat with no comfort. The only difference was that food (in a cardboard box) was free (i.e., included in the Z fare). My single piece of luggage was weighed and as it was 2 lbs above magic 8 kg I had to check it at the gate. THis is SAS idea of comfort. NEVER AGAIN
-THE worst seat on the plane... Full stop. Pure luck that it was a short hop. They really shouldn't have tried to cram in three seats here.
I flew the business only class plane from Houston to Stavager. This business class seat had thin padding, did not recline completely and the leg rest could not be independently adjusted. Overall the seat was uncomfortable.
While the seats on row 11 have extra legroom due to the emergency exits the two window seats have an extra thin seat cushion which is very uncomfortable. Not to recommend.
The seats have very little legroom even for a moderately tall (5'10") person. They have very thin padding. No pillows or blankets are offered. Water is available for purchase but coffee and tea are free. Generally very uncomfortable 2.5 hrs flight
If you want to sit behind the wing with a good view of the ground, then perhaps sit behind this row as the wing is blocking about half the view out the window here. Seats on the 737 I was on (SE-REZ) had modern thin airline seats which weren't the most comfortable. I was glad my flight was only 2 1/2 hours.