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|Topic: 1st Airline With Seats Upstairs On 747 Classic?|
Posted 2001-10-16 15:39:20 and read 866 times.
Inspired by the lovely 747 3 windows vs 10 windows debate, does anyone know who was the first airline to put seating in the Upper Deck?
As I pointed out on the other thread, Qantas were the first to get 10-window 747s as they realised the space upstairs wasn't very effectively used, and the result was an internal stretch. However, despite the extra room up there, they still used it for a lounge for a few years. Was it Condor (early recipient of 747-100s and a high density charter airline)? Anyone actually know?
|Topic: RE: 1st Airline With Seats Upstairs On 747 Classic?|
Posted 2001-10-16 20:00:29 and read 823 times.
No idea, but I do know that Sabena had a lounge upstairs till around the late 80s !!
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