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Speculated 737-10 / MAX10 lie flat seat plan

Old Mar 7, 20, 11:55 am
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Speculated 737-10 / MAX10 lie flat seat plan

Take it for what it's worth but if correct - 22 lie flat J on the 737-10 - whenever that aircraft gets delivered

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Old Mar 7, 20, 12:11 pm
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I think this likely but the first statement about narrowbody lie flats is incorrect. 757 is considered narrowbody.
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Old Mar 7, 20, 12:14 pm
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What are the odds that the Max 10 will ever see the light of day?
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Old Mar 7, 20, 12:23 pm
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Thumbs up for 22 seats, thumbs down for a coffin herringbone layout with the window at your back
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Old Mar 7, 20, 12:29 pm
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Originally Posted by mahasamatman View Post
What are the odds that the Max 10 will ever see the light of day?
Between Boeing's MAX safety problem and coronavirus, I would say very low.
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Old Mar 7, 20, 12:34 pm
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Very similar sized to 752, but if true, a J capacity reduction from the sUA 752 of nearly 25%.

I also have some doubts whether these ever get delivered.

Don't really buy the blogger's suggestion these would be used to upgrade other t-con routes. It seems only NYC can really support the fares, with BOS right on the edge.
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Old Mar 7, 20, 1:23 pm
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It has happened & should happen more often. I did lie-flat in J on 737 on Frankfurt-Pune route. ~9 hr Lufthansa flight back when it was operated by Privat Air SA. No funny herring-bone layout. 2-2 through the front end.
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Old Mar 7, 20, 1:42 pm
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Originally Posted by mahasamatman View Post
What are the odds that the Max 10 will ever see the light of day?
It will see the light of day.

Donít be so sensationalist.
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Old Mar 7, 20, 2:02 pm
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Originally Posted by Kacee View Post
Very similar sized to 752, but if true, a J capacity reduction from the sUA 752 of nearly 25%.
I take a consistent 22 over the swapping 28 and 16 with the issues that causes.
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Old Mar 7, 20, 5:36 pm
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Originally Posted by findark View Post
Thumbs up for 22 seats, thumbs down for a coffin herringbone layout with the window at your back
It's a MAX, it's fitting.
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Old Mar 7, 20, 5:58 pm
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Originally Posted by cslovacek View Post
Don’t be so sensationalist.
Just being realistic. Even if the FAA lets it fly (and that's definitely not guaranteed), other countries will not automatically reciprocate. The FAA's many failures on the MAX front mean the halcyon day of aviation cooperation are gone.
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Old Mar 7, 20, 6:34 pm
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Of course the MAX is going to fly again. Certification is going to take longer in other countries no doubt about that, but it will be approved in the end.
Given all the scrutiny the MAX is going through on of the toughest certification processes yet. I guess that's the silver lining..
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Old Mar 7, 20, 7:14 pm
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The Max will fly again -- how successfully I dunno -- but beyond the current product catalogue, Boeing is going to be under serious pressure to stop trying to get one more squeeze out of a 52-year-old planform. Give it a rest.
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Old Mar 7, 20, 7:18 pm
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Should be a really premium experience boarding through 1L and enjoying staring at 150 Y pax filling the aisle for your first 40 minutes on the plane.
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Old Mar 7, 20, 7:20 pm
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Originally Posted by cmd320 View Post
Should be a really premium experience boarding through 1L and enjoying staring at 150 Y pax filling the aisle for your first 40 minutes on the plane.
And as one who doesn't always sit up front, look forward to seeing a whole bunch of soles of shoes for those who've reclined as I walk aft past them...

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