Passengers can view the seat layout for a Boeing 767 airplane during the seat selection stage of online booking or on flight information sites such as SeatGuru.com or Seatmaestro.com. As seat plans vary according to the model, airline and route, a passenger enters the airline and Boeing 767 in either site's search box to view a range of seating plans or clicks Find Seat Maps and enters the airline, flight number and date to view a specific flight's seating layout.
After viewing a flight's seating plan and selecting a seat during the online booking process, a passenger can normally log into her booking to view the plan and change her selection before her flight. She can also visit SeatGuru,com or SeatMaestro.com to view advice and customer feedback on individual seats.
The Boeing 767 is a widebody jet with two aisles. Airlines fly a number of different versions of the plane on both domestic and international routes. For example, United Airlines flies two different versions of the Boeing 767-300 (763) Three Class, as of 2015, and two versions of the Boeing 767-300 (763) Two Class. Delta flies over 25 different versions of the Boeing 767, including five versions of the Boeing 767-300ER (76T/76W) and the 767-400ER (76D). There is also a Boeing 767-200.