Well yeh i think the original one would be better but Combi means fewer passengers!thanx for the replies anyways!
But here's the real problem.Just like 777kickass mentioned the weight problem, obviously if cargo was loaded first onto the plane, then wouldn't that mean the tail part would be much much heavier?Because usually when you check-in, staff would offer you a seat that's near to the front first, to allocate the weight, especially on the B747's.But for the Combi's, it'd be a different story, and if there was only cargo loaded with no passengers, it'd be quite unbalanced i should say. (Correct Me If I Am Wrong).
So the question is...is the structure of the Combi not the same as ordinary 747's?And does that mean they board passengers first and the load the cargo but unload the cargo first when arrived then unload the passengers or it doesn't matter?Also does that mean the flight should be almost full, then you can operate the combi with cargos or if just operate with cargos but no passengers...would the problem i assumed appear?Because I still think that the plane would be really unbalanced, but strange that never heard of a Combi with it's tail on the ground and nose heading towards the sky, when some freighters and passenger planes had already occured in such kind of incidents!Maybe they should change the other way round, cargo in front, passengers at the back HaHa! (Revolution for First Class - At the Middle Part Or Tail of plane!)
Quite tough question I know, but very curious to find that out...hope some experts or anyone knows how to explain could reply me!Thanx!