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Old Dec 23, 15, 4:50 am
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Originally Posted by so3003 View Post
Any comment about feeling more hydrated / generally more human on landing? I was reading that the 787 is apparently pressurised at a lower equivalent altitude which is meant to be better for sinuses etc, but also better for in-flight hydration...?
I noticed a difference, but only vs certain aircraft. 747s guarantee me a nosebleed a day or two after landing and older 777s sometimes do. No such issues with the 787 or the A380.

The biggest difference on the 787 is the window size imo, and then the stability in turbulence.
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