|Quoting PGNCS (Reply 5):|
You ask two different questions, but my answers are: by way of improvement, cut them up and make them into artificial reefs to stimulate overfished areas of the ocean; with regard to making me want to fly on this aircraft for 2+ hours, that is absolutely impossible.
|Quoting DiamondFlyer (Reply 7):|
I don't know why people swear that a CRJ is to small for anything more than 2 hours. I don't understand why people complain about that. If the market only has demand for the 50 seat jet, and is 2.5-3 hours, why complain. When your choices would be the CRJ flight or no flight to that city at all? Really, I have no problem with no IFE or anything like that. Take an iPod or something. You know what your getting into, so, entertain yourself. I mean, really, if you truly believe that every plane in the world has to have 1st class/business class on it, you live in a warped world.
|Quoting CanadianNorth (Reply 8):|
I have no problems with a 50-seater on long flights, but here's what I'd do:
1) Widen it a few inches so two normal sized people can sit beside eachother without one being pinned against the wall while the other is hanging out in the isle
2) Raise the windows to a height where people taller than 4 feet can see out
3) Make a bigger pit and raise the MTOW so they're not leaving bags behind every time there's a full load, and maybe have the option of taking a couple pounds of cargo along for the ride
4) Lower the cold limit on it, a plane built in Canada should be able to start when it's below -40, all the non-Canadian built airliners around here can do it...
Otherwise I'd just burn them all and go buy a real airplane.