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Video | KLM 737-700 Economy Comfort Row 6

Jake Redman February 24, 2014

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On February 24, 2014
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Airline: KLM Royal Dutch Airlines
Aircraft: Boeing 737-700
Seat maps: SeatGuru | KLM
Seat Info: Row 6
Class: Economy Comfort (Extra Legroom)

KLM 737-700 obstructed Winodw Legroom
Please make sure all loose items are wedged tightly between the wall and large box underneath the seat in front of you for landing. – Electronics box on a KLM 737-700.

Seat(s): Economy Comfort seats on this KLM 737-700 barely exceed our minimum expectations for normal economy. You’re getting roughly 2 inches more legroom but the standard economy seats are 2″ shy of what you’d find aboard a typical legacy US carrier aboard a similar plane. So yes it’s an upgrade, but not one we’re all that fond of.

Window seats on either side of the aisle have fairly large electronics boxes in your foot space, taking away from precious room to extend your legs or underseat storage. Aisle and middle seats are affected to a lesser degree by a smaller box that shares space underneath the seats in front of you.

Here in row 6, you’re also without a window. If you’re a goth teen you can probably do without the sun but most of us like to peek out every once in awhile to make sure no one is on the wing.

Tech/Connectivity/Entertainment: The benefit to being near the front is that you’re sharing a TV with fewer people. You still don’t get to choose what’s on, but there’s a monitor above each row through business class and economy comfort and one every several rows in economy.

If your tablet or phone is loaded up with time-wasters, go ahead and plug them in. Multi-format power ports are underneath shared armrests.


KLM Meal on a 737-700
It’s pasta (in case you were wondering) A little rubbery, but not terrible. – Mealtime aboard a KLM 737-700

Food: Everyone got food on this flight but ours wasn’t the fancy kind. While Business Class customers don’t get any more legroom than you will, they do get fancier food. If a meal is served you’ll get whatever slop they’re getting in the way-back.

Service: Because you’re at the front of the cabin, flight attendants haven’t been harrased or spilled much so there’s a better chance you’ll get them in a good mood. The crew on this flight wasn’t smiley but were efficient and friendly.

Rating: 2 of 5

Route Flown for this review: AMS (Amsterdam) – IST (Istanbul)

How we got em’: Airfarewatchdog.com’s twitter feed alerted us to a good fare, booked on Delta’s website and used KLM.com for the “upgrade” to Economy comfort.

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Modhop Host & Founder Jake Redman brings years of global exploration and travel tips to the podcast and our videos at Modhop. Jake is also a Producer and Host for SiriusXM.

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