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Ryanair, an Irish low-cost carrier, began flying the Boeing 737 MAX 8 in early 2021. Ryanair has voiced confidence in the aircraft's safety, claiming that it has undergone thorough testing and has been certified for operation by aviation authorities. The 737 MAX 8 improves on previous 737 models in various ways, including more fuel-efficient engines and sophisticated avionics systems. Despite safety concerns, these advancements have made the aircraft a popular choice for airlines all over the world. According to the airline, the 737 MAX 8's fuel economy and range make it a good fit for its operations, which mostly comprise of short to medium-haul flights within Europe.
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    737 MAX 8-200

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  • Switch deck
  • Galley
  • Lavatory
  • Stairs
  • Standard seat
  • More comfort
  • Some issues
  • Mixed features
  • Reduced comfort

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737 MAX 8-200

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The Ryanair Boeing 737 MAX 8-200 seat map shows 197 seats configured as: 197 Economy.

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  • Switch deck
  • Galley
  • Lavatory
  • Stairs
  • Standard seat
  • More comfort
  • Some issues
  • Mixed features
  • Reduced comfort

Economy

Seats197
Pitch28"
Width17"
Recline0

Ryanair’s newest addition to the fleet increases the number of seats on board thanks to the additional pair of exit doors found on the 737-8200 MAX. The densified cabin results in a reduced general pitch of only around 28” (71cm). Still, there are many opportunities for more comfortable seating: Seats 1B and 1C at the forward exit have ample legroom but are very close to the galley and lavatory. Just behind, seat 2A has excellent legroom as there is no seat in front. The bulkhead seats 2D, 2E and 2F offer plenty of knee space. Please keep in mind that seats in the first two rows as well as the last two rows of the aircraft are narrower due to the curvature of the fuselage. Exit seats at rows 17, 18 and 28 have additional legroom while seats 29A and 29F offer near infinite legroom to stretch out. Keep in mind that all Ryanair exit and bulkhead seats feature the tray table in the armrest.The following seats have missing or misaligned windows: 12A, 14A, 14F, 29A and 29F. All Ryanair seats are in a pre-reclined state and do not recline any further. The seats do not have any power outlets nor is there WiFi on board.

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