|Quoting ContinentalGuy (Thread starter):|
I was recently on ATA from EWR-FLL and the seats were very spacious. Is there a reason why ATA has wider economy seats than CO or DL.
|Quoting AeroWesty (Reply 7):|
Seatguru says 18" for AirTran.
|Quoting DfwRevolution (Reply 5):|
Quoting Gr8SlvrFlt (Reply 4):
AirTran does have wider seats (18" vs. 17") on the 737s than most carriers. This means the aisle is noticeably narrower.
FL does as well IIRC
|Quoting ContinentalGuy (Reply 3):|
It was ATA operating for USA 3000
|Quoting Wjcandee (Reply 12):|
Well, yes it was since he said it was ATA operating for USA3000. I have seen at least one other post recently about ATA doing some subservice for them.
|Quoting ANITIX87 (Reply 14):|
I think a bunch of people are getting confused. ATA is "American Trans Air". AirTran's abbreviation is FL. The thread-starter is talking about ATA, not AirTran.
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