There are 39 B737 400s in Malaysia Airlines total fleet of 111 planes. The B737 400 has a total seating capacity of 144 passengers in two different classes. This plane cruises at a speed of 797km/h (mach0.74) and has a range of 2963km (1600nm)
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Row 5 has larger seat pitch due to the bulkhead position in front of it. This part of the plane is also quiet since it's located away from the engine and nobody hardly pass by the area during the flight (the separator curtain blocked the business and economy section throughout the flight).
No IFE onboard Malaysia Airlines B737-400 but they are in the process of retiring this aircraft type and upgrade into B737-800 with IFE offering.
Cabin crew service is flawless (who else can match the hospitality of 5 times winner of Best Cabin Crew). Catering was good too and MAS used meal box to serve domestic route; a handy pack to consume onboard as well as to bring out of the plane.
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14A and 14F are one of the best seats in economy class you can get! Because of the 2 emergency exits in row 11 and 12, there are no seats at 11A&12A and 11F&12F! In result of those missing seats, you have an unbelievable big leg room, of the length of 2 seat rows!
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Was booked into seat 2D business class (aisle seat) only two seats each side. No one in seats in front so cabin crew said I could move which I did after take off. Plenty of leg room in each seat. Served meal which was ok. No alcohol. No entertainment.
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