|Quoting United_Fan (Reply 8):|
They were so dirty I spent 10 hours cleaning them.
|Quoting HowSwedeitis (Reply 9):|
Were those right off the airline, or were they held in storage (IE were they could get dirty.) I sure hope they were not right off the plane!!
|Quoting Helvknight (Reply 2):|
On the other hand, a lie flat first class suite with the TV slaved to the IFE screen would do quite nicely in my lounge.
|Quoting BrettFromCLT (Reply 17):|
took a ferry from St. Thomas to Tortola a couple years ago. The old beater boat had what looked like recycled 727 or 707 seats all jammed in there - must have been like 26" pitch...
|Quoting 4holer (Reply 25):|
I'm giving some thought as to how you managed to title your thread with uncapitalized words though...
|Quoting TZTriStar500 (Reply 28):|
interface with the aircraft structure must also be analyzed structurally and FAA approved before one can actually install them in an arrangement.
|Quoting Cloudyapple (Thread starter):|
Obviously they sell on their old seats but who would be interested in buying them and what for? Say Cathay is refitting 70 planes at on average 300 seats each = 21000 seats! Who would buy 21000 old seats
|Quoting 474218 (Reply 31):|
The majority of the old aircraft seats end up in the same place as old aircraft, in a scrap yard.
|Quoting EMBQA (Reply 33):|
If you really saw how nasty and dirty the seats really are you would not be so excited to have one in your house.
|Quoting Tod (Reply 29):|
A Supplemental Type Certificate is issued to approve the modifications to the aircraft.
|Quoting Tod (Reply 34):|
Seat covers and cushions must be washed whenever procuring used seats.