Seat Map Scandinavian Airlines (SAS) Boeing B737 800

Seat map for Scandinavian Airlines (SAS) Boeing B737 800

Seating details

ClassPitchWidthSeats
Economy Class30-32"17.3"181

General presentation

There are 12 B737-800s in the SAS fleet. This plane has a total seating capacity of 132-179 passengers, cruises at a speed of 825kph and has a range of 3700km. The seating plan shown here is the 179 passenger layout.
On SAS flights within Scandinavia there is only one seating class.
On intercontinental flights aboard the SAS Airbus, you can choose between Live TV, 12 video channels, 10 different games and 18 audio and radio channels.
SAS Net Access users have another entertainment option: to view four live television channels directly from their laptop. The television programming, which is distributed by Connexion by Boeing consists of BBC World, EuroNews, Eurosportnews, CNBC and MSNBC. EuroSport News offers up-to-the minute highlights and scores from many of the top sporting events across the globe. The service is available on all Scandinavian Airlines long-haul flights.
For Business passengers on long haul flights, the implementation of the new flat bed seats is now successfully completed on all SAS flights to and from Bangkok, Shanghai and Tokyo and should be available on flights to and from Beijing by the end of 2006. USA routes will be equipped with the new seats during the winter 2006 – 2007.

Traveler photos (17)

Image gallery for Scandinavian Airlines (SAS) Boeing B737 800
Overall rating  
3 of 5 based on 5 user ratings

Reviews

2018-07-03
4 of 5
Seat28A
FromOslo - Oslo Airport, Gardermoen (OSL)
ToAlicante - Alicante El Altet (ALC)
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The cabin was very fresh and new, but the plane was still 17 years, so the flight was kind of bumpy. I am 1m 72cm and had pretty good legroom. Seat with and recline was good and comfortable. The food was very hot, but very good. The plane had not WiFi witch is very strange to not have in 2018. I talked to the cabin crew, and the plane was almost the only one without WiFi so I hope my return flight has WiFi. Good menus and magazines. The service was very good, the cabin crew was very nice and helpfull. At the end SAS was worth the money.
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2017-05-12
2 of 5
Seat4A
FromStockholm - Arlanda (ARN)
ToLas Palmas - Gran Canaria (LPA)
Sas 737-800 are pretty old. No entertainment onboard and no air map shown on screens. The chairs are narrow and it´s not much space for your legs. We traveled in SAS Plus-class but there is is no chair differences between SAS Go and SAS Plus.
Eat before you board the plane, the cold food served onbaord was. the worst food i have been eating on a plane.
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2020-02-26
2.5 of 5
Seat15F
FromOslo - Oslo Airport, Gardermoen (OSL)
ToLongyearbyen - Svalbard (LYR)
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It was a seat on an older airplane, with no USB charger or other facilities. The armrest on the emergency exit door was broken. The door itself felt extremely cold and I had to cover my right leg with a scarf because of that cold. There was plenty of legroom, which was the reason for choosing this specific seat.
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2014-05-12
3.5 of 5
Seat2A
FromCopenhagen-Kastrup (CPH)
ToAthens-Eleftherios Venizelos (ATH)
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Excellent leg room at least 38 inches. SAS Plus is excellent service and excellent value.
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2018-06-10
2 of 5
Seat5F
FromLondon - London Heathrow (LHR)
ToStavanger - Sola (SVG)
I noticed window is very small. I ever love watch many lands, sea and clouds as I wish window will extra big and very strong plastic/glass.
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