The standard seating configuration for a Boeing 767-300 (763) aircraft varies between carriers but typically comprises five rows of business class seats toward the cabin front set out in a 2-2-2 formation, followed by six rows of economy plus seating and around 23 rows of economy seating in a 2-3-2 formation. Rest rooms and galleys are located to the cabin's front, middle and rear. SeatGuru.com and SeatMaestro.com feature Boeing 767-300 (763) seating plans for American, United and LAN airlines.
American Airlines business class seating configuration for its most common version of the aircraft, shown on SeatGuru.com as Version 1, offers six rows of business class seating in a 2-2-2 configuration, while its Version 2 shows eight rows of business seating in a 1-2-1 layout. United Airlines' Boeing 767-300 (763) "three class" business class seating configuration has two rows of first class flat bed seats set out in a 1-1-1 formation followed by four rows of business flat bed seats set out in a 2-2-2 formation. The airline's two class version offers six rows of flat bed seating set out in a 2-1-2 formation.
LAN Airlines' business cabin seating configuration, shown on SeatMaestro.com, features five rows of business class seating set out in a 2-2-2 arrangement. LAN also replaces three rows of window and aisle economy plus seats with restrooms, leaving three rows offering three central seats.