Old Jun 6, 20, 7:24 am
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Originally Posted by BAeuro View Post
Yeah as others have said itís a G-GAT* aircraft. But as to why not one seat is blocked off, does anyone know? Doesnít it seem very strange?
I'm trying to understand why you think it is strange. At some point they will insert a buffer zone between CE and ET, but since it's so far off, it's just not under any flight control radar yet, and indeed has no status passengers booked to it either. There isn't much point managing the flight at this stage, particularly since the relevant outsourced team isn't fully working at the moment, but that will come in a few weeks/month.
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