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What is a typical Boeing 767 seating chart?

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As of July 2015, a typical Boeing 767 seating chart has five to seven rows of first class seats at the front. These are followed by five to 10 rows of high-end economy seating. The rear of the aircraft has more than 10 rows of traditional economy seating.

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Most first class rows are organized into three sets of two seats. The seat pitch allows a maximum of 6 feet, 4 inches of sleeping space. Seat width is at least 20 inches. All economy class seats are narrower and closer together than first-class seats. Each side aisle has two seats, while the middle aisle holds three.

Rest rooms are located at each end of the aircraft, as well as between the first class and economy sections.

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