How Big Is an Airline Seat?

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Most airline seats have a width of 17 - 18 inches, but they vary on the seat pitch (distance between seat rows), which is from 90 - 31 inches, depending on the section/airline one is in. The material covering the seats is strong and fire resistant.
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