TR
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Qantas 767-336 Question

Thu Dec 06, 2001 5:45 pm

Can anyone provide info on the configuration (# of seats in each class, seat pitch etc. etc.) of the ex BA 767-336s in the Qantas fleet? Qantas´ GE-powered 767-338s are used in 3 configurations according to the homepage but no info is provided on the ax BA aircraft.

Thanks
Thomas
 
TR
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RE: Qantas 767-336 Question

Thu Dec 06, 2001 10:30 pm

Noone out there with any useful info?? Somebody must have been on these aircraft?

Regards
Thomas
 
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RE: Qantas 767-336 Question

Thu Dec 06, 2001 11:07 pm

G'day TR,

The QF 767-336ERs are configured 30J/210Y

J seating is 2+2+2 Y seating 2+3+2

Pitch is the same as the -338ER (domestic) versions.

Main difference is the 2 rows of Y behind J before door 2
and the break at door 3 (15 rows in the mid-cabin 13-14 in the rear cabin)

 
TR
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RE: Qantas 767-336 Question

Thu Dec 06, 2001 11:10 pm

Thank you, Black Box

Cheers
Thomas

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