|Quoting SR100 (Reply 4):|
The 727-100 had two different window versions: Most had two windows between 1R and the first overwing exit, because there was a galley unit on both sides of 1R. The high density configuration, e.g. for Japanese carriers, had three windows, because there was only on galley unit in front of 1R.
Many airlines used to have a smaller or larger galley unit also opposite 1R on the left side.
|Quoting WNCrew (Reply 3):|
Even though the 727 had two variants, they seem like very different aircraft from a cabin crew / pax standpoint. I'd love to see some interior shots of the differences!
|Quoting Usafdo (Reply 1):|
Interesting note. The 2L & 2R doors had unusual outside door handles unique only to the 727-200 series.
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