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Wall Or Curtain?

Mon Nov 15, 2004 1:14 pm

Don't understand why some airlines use a curtain [not just the one of the aisle] dividing C and Y.

I saw it [a complete divider curtain, instead a wall] specially in olds B737-200 and new A319/320.

I'm just curious and personally prefer the wall instead the whole curtain. It give more privacy to C paxs.

Just want your opinion.

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RE: Wall Or Curtain?

Mon Nov 15, 2004 8:21 pm

Curtain is used generally on shorthaul aircraft where convertible seats mean that the numbers in C can be flexible
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