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What is the seating arrangement on the Boeing 737 700?

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In one version of the Boeing 737 700, there are 12 seats in first class. There are three rows of seats made of four seats each. Each pair of seats is separated by the aisle. They are designated A,B, E and F.

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What is the seating arrangement on the Boeing 737 700?
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Economy Class Plus has 40 seats. They are made up of two pairs of three seats that are separated by the aisle. The exception are the seats in row 20. There are two pairs of seats in row 20 to make room for the emergency exits. The seats in economy class plus are designated A,B, C, D, E and F.

The economy seats are found behind Economy Plus. There are 66 seats in this class. As in economy class, the rows are arranged in two pairs of three seats separated by the aisle. The seats in first class are recliners and are 21 inches wide. The seats in Economy Plus and economy are standard seats, though the seats in Economy Plus have a greater recline than those in economy.

The seating arrangements of the 737 700 Micronesia are a bit different. Though the dimensions of the seats are the same, there are 12 recliner seats in first class, 8 standard seats in Economy Plus and 104 standard seats in economy.

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