|Quoting Btriple7 (Reply 1):|
Are all these exits really nessesary? I suppose since the 757 isn't even in production any more, it doesn't matter, but why didn't Boeing scrap the 4 exits over the wing and settle on 8 exits for the 753?
|Quoting YoungFlyer (Thread starter):|
I have a quick question here. while at SFO i spotted NW 757-300 with 12 exits. (4 over wing, and 8 door exits) that is the first time i encountered such a 757. here is a link to a picture form the data base:
Does this plane have 12 exits b/c its long? even the largest 777's don't have 12 total exits...
|Quoting TheSorcerer (Reply 10):|
Is this because ATA had their 757s in high density config and had to modify them, just like easyjet had to do with their A319?
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|Quoting MD-90 (Reply 12):|
The stretch 8 (61/63 had 12 exits as well...the world's longest airliner until the 747 entered service.
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