Just a quick question, with the new Virgin 737-800 seats, is it correct that the old blue and red leather with the new material covering have 29 rows, as compared to the new slimli

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FrequentFlyer

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Just a quick question, with the new Virgin 737-800 seats, is it correct that the old blue and red leather with the new material covering have 29 rows, as compared to the new slimline with 30? Or are they all 30 rows of seats?

chrisjrn

Member since 09 May 2011

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Virgin Australia only has one seat map on its website -- 30 rows.

aviationbuff

Member since 25 Sep 2011

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Following the rebranding the majority of the 737-800's operating in Australia have 176 seats comprising 8J class (over 2 rows) then 168Y class seats (over the remaining 28 rows). Hope this helps.

VA773ER

Member since 10 Jun 2012

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That is correct, on the -800 aircraft with the old live2air seats (refurbished with new seat covering) there are 29 rows. New BSI aircraft with the slimline seats and a few older generations that have been fitted with the slimline seats have 30 rows.

FrequentFlyer

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Thanks everyone, much appreciated!

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