Kulula / Comair seating configs

Aviation chatter - For ALL Pilots and Aviation Enthusiasts

Moderator: Moderators

grjplanes
Frequent AvComer
Posts: 794
Joined: Mon Aug 31, 2009 2:17 pm

Kulula / Comair seating configs

Unread post by grjplanes » Sat Jan 02, 2010 2:27 pm

I also need some info regarding seating configurations for the following aircraft please:

Kulula:
737-800 (new one)
737-300 (ZS-OAH, white)
737-400s is 162 seats?
737-200 (daylight saving) is 118?

Comair:
737-400 - 127?
737-300 - 116?
737-200 - 93?
User avatar
Romeo E.T.
8000 Tousand
8000 Tousand
Posts: 8393
Joined: Wed Nov 16, 2005 10:49 pm
Closest Airfield: FAJS
Location: JHB INTL/Kpt Park/Rand Apt

Re: Kulula / Comair seating configs

Unread post by Romeo E.T. » Sat Jan 02, 2010 2:48 pm

B737-200...BA=12/87
B737-300...BA=17/100

B737-200..Kulula=118

I am not sure of the B737-400 in BA...but in Kulula its around the 157mark...or so....To lazy to check up right now
sometimes we suffer a bit from C.R.A.F.T. sickness..Can't Remember A F@#%ing Thing

https://www.facebook.com/ralf.t.schulz
firebell

Re: Kulula / Comair seating configs

Unread post by firebell » Sat Jan 02, 2010 4:14 pm

Most kulula -400s have 162 seats, some with slimline seats have more. 168 I think. The -800, as far as I know, has 186 seats.
User avatar
heiner
Engine Started
Posts: 52
Joined: Wed Sep 23, 2009 5:51 am
Closest Airfield: FAOR
Location: Johannesburg

Re: Kulula / Comair seating configs

Unread post by heiner » Sun Jan 03, 2010 6:58 pm

Ok here are all of them for you...

737-200's:
ZS-NNH: C0/Y118
ZS-OLB: C15/Y82
ZSNNG: C0/Y118
ZS-OLA: C15/Y82
The 200's can fly either Kulula or BA. OLB and OLA when flying Kulula will have a config of C0/Y100

737-300's:
ZS-OAI: C15/Y106
ZS-OAH: C0/Y137
ZS-OKC:C17/Y100
ZS-OKG:C17/Y100
ZS-OKH:C17/Y100
ZS-OKI:C17/Y100
ZS-OKJ:C17/Y100
ZS-OKK:C17/Y100

737-400'S
ZS-OTF: C0/Y162
ZS-OTH: C0/Y162
ZS-OAA: C17/Y114
ZS-OTG: C13/Y135
ZS-OAP: C0/Y162
ZS-OAG: C0/Y170
ZS-OAM: C0/Y162
ZS-OAF: C0/Y162
ZS-OAO:C0/Y162
ZS-OAV: C13/Y120

B737-800
ZS-ZWO: C0/Y186

Return to “General Aviation Chatter”