|Quoting Mir (Reply 3):|
From a strict passenger point of view, I´d rather be in an ACJ, since it´s wider and has overall better cabin ergonomics. But that´s secondary to the economic aspects.
|Quoting Jwenting (Reply 2):|
Given the greater prevalence worldwide of BBJs it's more likely to find qualified maintenance people for it,
|Quoting Mir (Reply 3):|
From a strict passenger point of view, Iï¿½d rather be in an ACJ, since itï¿½s wider and has overall better cabin ergonomics.
|Quoting Dw747400 (Reply 6):|
Assuming a four abreast layout, I wouldn't really care about the difference. Pitch would matter a lot more
|Quoting Amtrosie (Reply 4):|
The Interior configuration is of no significance. These are corporate configured aircraft! Every airplane is different
|Quoting Amtrosie (Reply 7):
THESE ARE NOT AIRLINERS!!!! They have 20 to 30 seats maximum. This 4 abreast configuration does not exhist, except in very rare aircraft.
|Quoting Dw747400 (Reply 9):|
Did you bother to read the poster's question? We are discussing BBJs/ACJs configured in an all F layout, which typically results in around 48 seats, four abreast. We are not discussing your typical private interior
|Quoting Tom12 (Reply 8):|
Would the ACJ's wideness give it an advantage? In most business jets i wouldn't think that it would make much diffrence.
|Quoting Amtrosie (Reply 10):|
Take a look at Privatair website and you will see BBJ's with 28 seat configuration.
|Quoting Wilax (Thread starter):|
If you were to begin transatlantic flights, Privatair style, 48 luxury seats
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