This article lists all the seat types.

Economy

Basic (1960)

The basic economy seat is the only seat you can use from 1960-1969. It is grey, looks a bit like a lawn chair and is the lowest price, lowest satisfaction option.

The basic economy seat.


70s Special (1970)

The '70s Special economy seat is the seat available from 1970. It is orange, with a small amount of padding at the top. Looks slightly like a car seat.

The 70’s Special seat.


Blue Comfort (1980)

The Blue Comfort seat is introduced in 1980 and is a flat seat with anti-bangers. Looks slightly like a large booster seat.

The Blue Comfort seat.




Love it on a Long Haul (1990)

The Love it on a Long Haul is introduced in 1990 and is similar to the seats you will find on most major US carriers. Looks similar to the United Airlines economy seat.

The Love it on a Long Haul seat.




Black Luxury (2000)

The Black Luxury seat is introduced in 2000 and is similar to regional business class seats. Currently it is the most expensive option in-game.

The Black Luxury seat.

Business

Basic

The Basic Seat is the only seat that you can use from 1960-1969. It is red and has the headrest topped out with a napkin and is the lowest price, lowest satisfaction option.

The Basic Business Seat

The "Meh"

The Meh is an OK but not amazing business class seat. It has low satisfaction boost but much higher price, so it is recommended to not upgrade your business class seating until the 1980s. The Meh varies in color, in ATO2 being green while in ATO3 being blue. It is introduced in 1970.

Regional Comfort Business (1980)

The Regional Comfort is a business-type seat that is introduced in 1980 and built specifically for regional fights and resembles actual regional business seats on some real life airlines. More expensive than The "Meh" but gives a more decent satisfaction boost.

Carbon-frame Regional Business (1990)

The Carbon-frame Regional Business is a business-type seat that has the same design functionality as the Regional Comfort Business but it's rigged with Carbon Fiber and is introduced in 1990. 2nd most expensive but the boost is quite high compared to it's price.

Intercontinental Business (2000)

The Intercontinental Business is the last seat introduced in game and is the most expensive option. It resembles a variant of a long-range international business-class seats in actual airlines.

Trivia

Putting the Intercontinental Business seat under 54 inches of pitch will make it collide to each other, as the seat is much longer than the usual business class seats in-game.

First Class

Basic (1969)

The Basic Seat is the first First-Class seat introduced in game but it will be shortly followed by the Mini Suite First Class seat. It looks like the First Class seats mounted on the Air France Concorode.

Mini Suite (1970)

The Mini Suite First Class seat is a First-Class Seat introduced in 1970. It looks like a typical small business-class seat in actual airlines.

Ergonomic Mini Suite (1980)

The Ergonomic Mini Suite Class is a First-Class Seat introduced in 1980. It looks like a typical small plastic-frame business-class seat in actual airlines.

LuxuryFlight (1990)

The LuxuryFlight First-Class seat is a First-Class seat that is introduced in 1990. It looks like a premium economy seat that is located on the first row

SkyCabin (2000)

The SkyCabin First-Class seat is the last First-Class seat to be introduced in game and is currently the most expensive option in-game. It looks like a variant of a Long-Range international business-class seats in actual airlines

Trivia

None of the first class seats displayed in-game resembles actual first class seats in actual airlines.

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