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QF 737-300/400 Configs

Wed Aug 06, 2003 3:57 pm

Hi,

I have booked some flights with QF in Oct flying mainly on the 733/734. I was under the impression that all B733s were in all "Slimline" economy seating, and the 734s in 20J and 120 "slimline" economy seats down the back.

According to the info on the QF website there are now several different seating configs for the 733/734s which makes it even more confusing:

B737-300
* 130 all economy
*8J 108Y

B737-400
*150 all economy
*8J 131Y
*8J 130Y

Could someone tell me if all QF 737s will have the "slimline" economy seats and when all this reconfig work will be complete?

Also does anyone have the regos of the aircraft that operate in each of these seating configs?

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