BR715, that picture above is old, and representative of when Jetsgo first started operations. They just recently reconfigured the MD
-83's with the new upulstery, and the Comfort Plus leather seats. $25 extra for considerable more legroom, especially on a longer flight, is well worth it in my opinion.
Let's look at it in another way. If the standard configuration is 31" of legroom, which I believe is accurate, and you add the 36% extra legroom, you get a total of 42" of legroom. If these figures are accurate, then $25 is a small price to pay for that extra amount of comfort, in my opinion.
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