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Cabin Widths

Fri May 04, 2007 8:06 am

I asked in another thread but the thread but got no replies. Maybe tech/ops is more appropriate?

I'm curious about the width (at seat level, shoulder level, whatever would be most appropriate) of various airliners through the ages. For example, the
707, DC-8, VC-10, IL-62, TU-154, Trident, Mercure. etc.
BAC-111, DC-9, CV880/990
747/777/L1011/DC10/A300/IL86/96, etc.
Any others that would be comparable.

Easy enough to find fuselage widths, but I'm interested in the cabins.

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RE: Cabin Widths

Fri May 04, 2007 11:04 am

L-1011 Maximum inside cabin width 18 feet 9 inches/225 inches/5.76 meters. Cabin width a floor level 18 feet 3 inches/219 inches/5.58 meters.

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