Seat Map American Airlines Boeing B767 300 retrofit

Seat map for American Airlines Boeing B767 300 retrofit

Seating details

Class Pitch Width Seats
Business Class 60" 19.8-21.3" 28
Premium Economy 35-37 17.8" 25
Economy Class 31 17.8" 156

General presentation

There are 58 Boeing 767-300s in the American Airlines fleet of 683 planes. These planes cruise at a speed of 530mph at an altitude of 35000ft and have a total seating capacity 219-225 passengers in a two class configuration.
There are 12 channels of audio entertainment on this plane. In Economy, if you don’t have your own, you would have to buy headphones for 2$ a piece. There are LCD monitors on the ceiling as well as large projectors throughout the cabin. In Economy, if you don’t have your own, you would have to buy headphones for 2$ a piece. Check the seat map for exact LCD monitor locations. Your seat may be equipped with a DC power outlet. AA uses a cigarette lighter style outlets delivering 15 volts of current. Usually, a power outlet is available on every seat in First and Business class, as well as selected rows in the Economy cabin. Outlets are located on your seat console, or mounted to the seat frame below your seat cushion. Look for the “lightning bolt” symbol on the overhead bin rows containing powerport-equipped seats.

DC auto/air power adapter cords can be purchased at most electronics stores or through power cord manufacturers. Keep in mind that power adapter cords are device (laptop or DVD) and model specific. Splitter or Y adaptor cords may not be used. Only one device is allowed per outlet. Use of powerports is permitted only when the aircraft is above 10,000 feet in altitude and the flight attendant announces that personal electronic devices are allowed.

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Overall rating
3.5 of 5 based on 14 user ratings

Reviews

2013-02-28
3 of 5
49 Helpful votes
Seat 26H
From Barcelona-El Prat De Llobregat (BCN)
To Miami-Miami International Airport (MIA)

Flew on AA113. Let me sum it up by saying this was probably the worst flight I have ever taken to creole the Atlantic... And believe me, I have crossed it many many times. First of all, my seat, like every other seat in my row had a horrendous black box in front of me that prevented me from stretching my feet... Specially the left one. Second, the temperature in the airplane was incredible low, even after letting the rewarded know that everyone was freezing! My hands, nose and feet were freezing during the entire flight! I had a blanket and a scarf and still that didn't help. The recline was unusually limited... The was along all the economy class seats. The entertainment was also very weak as they only had a few screens hanging from the ceiling for the entire cabin! No personal entertainment whatsoever! Cabin crew were super nice though and the food was pretty ok! If you fly don't ever choose seats H or B as they all have that horrible box in front! Thanks AA for making my flight experience a total disaster! Even Iberia which is probably one of the worst airlines, is miles ahead of these guy! Oh and btw, there are no power ports in economy! You can only find it in select rows like 27 for example and forget about using it since you need one of those chargers that are round and people use to have for the cars! This was stat of the art in 1987 but not anymore!

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2012-12-09
3 of 5
20 Helpful votes
Seat 28G
From Madrid-Barajas(MAD)
To Miami-Miami International Airport(MIA)

At 6'3", 30" of pitch on the middle bank of three seats is unbearable. Find another aircraft if you want to fly American on a long range route. The rows 17 to the back were all in the old cabin style, with the old DC power ports, old overhead bins, old CRT monitors which only occasional worked, and the seats still had ashtrays. Compare this to the forward section of economy where the seats were newer, and had breathable pitch. Service was good from some FA's, but others were downright rude, such as one who refused to speak Spanish with nonenglish speakers, and another who refused to ask passengers which meal they would like and simply randomly distributed them. Lasagne and lactose intolerance don't mix. Try and snag rows 10-13, or, if at all possible, row 17, as each pair of seats has its own LCD, humongous pitch, and can be curtained off.

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2010-06-05
2.5 of 5
15 Helpful votes
Seat 21j
From São Paulo (GRU)
To Miami (MIA)

The legroom and the flight attendant's attention were fair (But I think only ONE of the flight attendants were in a good mood). The food (at least on the way to Miami) was pretty good, with good juice and bread, even though it was very little.
The aircraft was a REAL clunker. I mean: I think it was older than me! Really, REALLY bad airplane! NO entertainment at ALL (of course, if you don't consider a few tubes with AA logo showing up entertaining). All I could do is sleeping... of course I would be able to do it if the engines weren't so FREAKING NOISY!
I really DO NOT recommend flying AA's 767!
Oh! And there's must be something wrong with the air-compressing system: I've never felt so DRY in my whole life! And the cups of water are TINY-TINY!!!

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2013-02-19
3.5 of 5
15 Helpful votes
Seat 2B
From Dallas, TX-Dallas/Fort Worth International(DFW)
To San Francisco, CA-San Francisco International(SFO)

The plus side is that this is a very comfortable business seat, essentially the same that is used on the 777 for intercontinental flights, so I was quite happy to get it on a domestic route. I was quite tired from my early morning connection from Mexico, so it was great to be able to sleep for an hour or so. On the downside, there is no AVOD. I have to agree with the other comments on this aircraft: it needs a total revamping.

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2013-02-19
3.5 of 5
20 Helpful votes
Seat 2B
From Dallas, TX-Dallas/Fort Worth International(DFW)
To San Francisco, CA-San Francisco International(SFO)

The plus side is that this is a very comfortable business seat, essentially the same that is used on the 777 for intercontinental flights, so I was quite happy to get it on a domestic route. I was quite tired from my early morning connection from Mexico, so it was great to be able to sleep for an hour or so. On the downside, there is no AVOD. I have to agree with the other comments on this aircraft: it needs a total revamping.

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2014-11-05
2.5 of 5
14 Helpful votes
Seat 4G
From Miami-Miami International Airport(MIA)
To Santiago-Arturo Merino Benitez(SCL)

This has got to be one of the worst buisness class seats - it is not a fully flat bed - there is a slight incline; and if you are 6'3" like me, you cannot fully stretch! There is no plug for using one's laptop, so no work is possible! The individualized screen is a tablet they hand you, so it occupies space on your tray and makes it difficult to eat and watch a movie at the same time.

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2017-04-18
2.5 of 5
0 Helpful votes
Seat 12C
From Rome - Leonardo da Vinci International (FCO)
To Chicago - Chicago Ohare Intl (ORD)

I have made dozens of Atlantic crossings and rate the 767-300 as a horrible aircraft to fly long haul. Back in the 80's, it was clean and state of the art but times have changed and left this equipment terribly outdated. Seats are uncomfortable, cabin is noisy, no elect outlets, single TV screens on walls for entertainment, etc, etc. Chose a different airline!

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2013-11-07
5 of 5
15 Helpful votes
Seat 5A
From Lima-Jorge Chavez International (LIM)
To Miami-Miami International Airport (MIA)

Amazing flight, nice legroom and entertaiment

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