SJCguy
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Did Southwest Galley's Ever Have "the Curtain"?

Thu Jun 13, 2002 1:10 pm

I heard one of our flight attendants mention that they removed the curtains from our aircraft because flight attendants would tend to hide behind them, and it was sort of a separation point between flight crew and pax...which is poor customer service...any thoughts? Were these curtains ever in our planes? If so, when did they remove them?

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RE: Did Southwest Galley's Ever Have "the Curtain"?

Thu Jun 13, 2002 2:57 pm

No, they were never installed from the factory for the very reasons you've stated. I've never checked our 700's, but take a look at the 300/500's (no more 200's there in SJC  Big grin) , and you'll see the tracks in the galley where they would go.
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