lubcha132
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Continental 757-200s

Fri Nov 02, 2001 8:42 am

anything interesting i should know about it b4 i go on it? Stats, seats, entertainment, bathrooms, exits, entrances, ANYTHING

Josh
 
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RE: Continental 757-200s

Fri Nov 02, 2001 8:43 am

A couple of them in the intl' config have BusinessFirst seats.
 
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RE: Continental 757-200s

Fri Nov 02, 2001 8:46 am

First Class Economy
Rows 1 - 6 7 - 34
Bulk Head Rows 1AB & 1EF 8D-F
Number of Seats 24 159
Standard Seat Pitch 38" 31"
Standard Seat Width 20.75" 17.2"
Standard Seat Width - Exceptions Row 34: 16.2"
Standard Seat Recline 7.5" 5"
Exit Rows 15A-F, 16A-F
All Rows with Restricted Recline 14A-F, 15A-F
Over Wing Rows 11 - 21
Movable Aisle Armrests Rows 9 - 14 & Rows 17 - 34: C & D
(Press button under armrests)
Movable Aisle Armrests - Exceptions Rows 8, 15, & 16
Additional Aircraft Accessibility information is available online for customers with disabilities.

Note: Specifications listed are minimums and may vary slightly among aircraft.
Definitions
Seat Pitch - The measure of legroom that refers to the space between a point on one seat and the same point on the seat in front of it
Seat Width - The distance between the inner sides of the armrests on a seat
Seat Recline - The distance between a seat back in its full upright and full recline position

Seat Map (24/159 configuration)



Aircraft Specifications
Cruise Speed 540 mph
Propulsion Two Rolls Royce RB211-535 High Bypass Ratio turbofan engines, rated at 43,700 pounds thrust each
Wingspan 124 feet, 10 inches

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RE: Continental 757-200s

Fri Nov 02, 2001 11:38 am

23 of CO's 41 752s are configured 24/159. The remaining 18 are equpped with 16 BFirst seats and 156 coach. (three seats in coach are replaced by the equppment for the BF IFE system).
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Airplanelover
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RE: Continental 757-200s

Fri Nov 02, 2001 12:05 pm

I had 1 trip on a 757, and loved it, and my families flown continental and Ive heard many good things bout them. Where are you going to?

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RE: Continental 757-200s

Fri Nov 02, 2001 1:36 pm

I found CO's seats uncomfortable when I flew them back in October 2000. Their 757s are pretty nice though, despite the seats.

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RE: Continental 757-200s

Fri Nov 02, 2001 4:32 pm

I flew them FNT-CLE-TPA, and my leg cramped up SOO BAD on the CLE-TPA leg that I couldn't put weight on it for 4 days!!

Chris
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SouthRebels
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RE: Continental 757-200s

Fri Nov 02, 2001 4:41 pm

I live in CLE and I fly to IAH at least monthly, so Continental has, logically, become my carrier of choice. I am still trying to figure out if that's a good thing or a bad thing. Anyway, in July I had the displeasure of flying the 757 from IAH to CLE. I was extremely disappointed. The A/C still had the old headrests, which basically means there wasn't one, and was in gernerally poor shape. The seat was by far the most uncomfortable airplane seat I ever flew in. I hope your 757 is more comfortable. As fas as IFE, its standard stuff. Flip down screen showing a sitcom and the news. In any event, travel safe.