Regarding seat pitch, generally windows are spaced so that two windows == 38", which is normal domestic first class pitch (non-sleeper, etc.). To get an estimate I will often count windows vs. # of seat rows. There are six rows up here, and if you look at
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there are twelve windows so in spite of the appearance of extra room, the pitch is probably close to 38". Perhaps they spread things out a bit more to get 40" :there is some space between the last window and the second door which they might have spread out into. (US Air has a closet there, doesn't look like AC does.).
Anyway it is nice to see this pic. The seats are stylish and the green is unique.
BTW, I believe the 767 and 777 have windows spaced so that two of them == 40" or more. Does anyone know the exact figure for those aircraft?