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Old Apr 3, 18, 9:36 pm
Join Date: Dec 2004
Location: SEA
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Originally Posted by haddon90 View Post
it makes sense to have similar seat numbers in the event of ac swaps. i know UA does this as well.
They did this several years ago for the exit rows, to ensure all were numbered 16 and 17. Definitely makes sense for the similarly "upscale" premium class seat rows.
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