How is it that there are two overwing emergency exit rows per side for one overwing emergency exit door per side? Is this arrangement unique to Alaska 73Gs?
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|Quoting Ikramerica (Reply 2):|
Most 73Gs have two exit rows. One is missing a seat, and the door is right next to it. Then the row behind it is also called an exit row, since the window seat has the best access to the door, and either row can be used to get out the door.
|Quoting SNATH (Reply 3):|
Aha... but the seat map on seatguru clearly shows two overwing exits on the B73G.
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