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Swissair A330-200 Seating Plan

Wed Nov 14, 2001 2:10 am

Does somebody have or know where I can find the seating plan of Swissair A330-200 ?
 
gerardo
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RE: Swissair A330-200 Seating Plan

Wed Nov 14, 2001 2:45 am

Look at Swissair's website.

SR have two different layouts, one with 196 seats in 3.class config, and one with 226 seats nin a 2-class layout.

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El Al 001
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RE: Swissair A330-200 Seating Plan

Wed Nov 14, 2001 4:06 am

SR layouts of the A332;
12F/42C/142Y and 48C/182Y.
Look for seats map at swissair.com

Michael Smile
 
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RE: Swissair A330-200 Seating Plan

Thu Nov 15, 2001 12:02 am

There are no seating maps on Swissair website, only general fleet info. That's why I wrote to the forum.
 
gibberish
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RE: Swissair A330-200 Seating Plan

Thu Nov 15, 2001 12:12 am

Cool777's right, since Swissair got a new website they removed seating maps, beats me why. Sorry I don't have that info either. Maybe someone else has a flight schedule booklet, they have seating charts in there, and maybe they can scan it for you.

gibberish
 
puck
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RE: Swissair A330-200 Seating Plan

Thu Nov 15, 2001 1:06 am

Used to be that if you downloaded their timetable program from their website, it would have complete fleet information including seating charts. Don't know if that's still there with all the changes at Swissair.

Also, you'll need a Windows computer.

-puck
 
gibberish
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RE: Swissair A330-200 Seating Plan

Thu Nov 15, 2001 2:07 am

Oh yeah, Puck is correct! Download the downloadable version of the timetable and you'll find the stuff there! I forgot abot that!

gibberish
 
shamrock104
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RE: Swissair A330-200 Seating Plan

Thu Nov 15, 2001 5:13 am


Go to OAG.com, then look under the airline seating plans page, they have most aircraft types specific to all major (and not so major) airlines.