|Quoting BoeingBus (Reply 3):|
Y2, which became the 787, covers the 200- to 350-seat range
|Quoting Zvezda (Reply 4):|
The 350 seat B787 mentioned by FI would have to be a 75 meter stretch -- about the same size as the A340-600.
|Quoting N60659 (Reply 6):|
I think your assumption that the Y2 definition up to 350 seats translates to a typical three-class seating arrangement may not necessarily be true.
|Quoting Zvezda (Reply 8):|
It essentially is an assumption that the 350 number is comparable to the 200 number. The 200 number surely is a 3 class configuration.
|Quoting N60659 (Reply 9):|
I see what you are saying, however, like Stitch pointed out, a three-class 350-seat Y2 airframe would significantly overlap the corresponding Y3 equivalent.
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