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Old May 2, 19, 8:53 pm
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Originally Posted by Toshbaf View Post
... the seating changed from one or two rows of 2+2 to 3+2. The 2+2 economy section was due to there being first class and the need for the aisle to be aligned properly. Mesaba, flying as Northwest Airlink, a Northwest Airlines brand, flew it that way.
iirc XJ ran their ARJ-85s with a 16F/59Y configuration, which would have been four rows of F (standard 2-2) and 12 rows of Y (all 2-3 except for the first row being 2-2) ... one of the best-ever ratios for upgrades
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