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Picture of the Airbus A330-322 aircraft
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| A visitor from United Kingdom posted Sat May 21, 2011:|
Shows all i need to see.
| A visitor from United Kingdom posted Tue March 8, 2011:|
This shows the limitation of overhead lockers.
| A visitor from Iran, Islamic Republic Of posted Sat September 4, 2010:|
| A visitor from India posted Thu August 26, 2010:|
| A visitor from Germany posted Wed August 4, 2010:|
Got to see what I wanted to.... where the TV screens would be...
| A visitor from Australia posted Fri July 10, 2009:|
Great looking interior but looks a bit CRAMMED in the middle aisles and a long way to view TV screen
| A visitor from Germany posted Thu November 20, 2008:|
I love flying in big planes but it happens not so often and so i have the possibility to look at the picture and dream .
| A visitor from United Kingdom posted Mon July 14, 2008:|
I wanted to know wether they had rows of 2 seats. this picture showed it clearly
| A visitor from United States posted Thu May 29, 2008:|
I was apprehensive of flying trans-Atlantic on this model prior to viewing this photo. Despite claustrophobia and being a large person, this shot demonstrates that it's not as small as I'd thought. The photo eased my fears. Thank You.
| A visitor from Ireland posted Tue April 29, 2008:|
Wanted to see the layout for the seating for our family holiday! perfect - question answered.
| A visitor from United Kingdom posted Sun March 30, 2008:|
I am flying on one in November and I am dreading it !
| A visitor from United Kingdom posted Wed June 27, 2007:|
| A visitor from United States posted Sun June 17, 2007:|
Very clear viewing of seat configuration
| A visitor from Sweden posted Sun May 13, 2007:|
I really like that you have moore seats in the middle and not on the outline, allthuogh you could have bigger sceen
| A visitor from United States posted Tue October 3, 2006:|
The picture appears to be true in perspective, giving the viewer accurate seat size and spacing.
| A visitor from United States posted Wed September 27, 2006:|
This photo provides a realistic "feel" for the cain interior.
| A visitor from Ireland posted Thu August 17, 2006:|
Your photograph of the airbus Airbus A330 appeals to me because of the depth perception illusion i'e the cabin appears to be an enclosed space of vast proportions ;; should be very soothing to the eyes of the claustrophobic travelling passenger;;;
| A visitor from United States posted Thu August 3, 2006:|
It make me feel beeing in this jet!
| A visitor from United Kingdom posted Thu July 6, 2006:|
As the DC10 will no longer be a part of the Northwest Airlines fleet later this year. I will have to travel in this plane instead. Like the the picture it has nothing to write home about.
Bring back the DC10
| A visitor from Argentina posted Fri March 24, 2006:|
The A330is the best airplaneofthe word
| A visitor from United States posted Sat March 4, 2006:|
The wide view of the cabin. Thanks. Judy
| A visitor from United States posted Wed March 1, 2006:|
Can clearly tell where you would like your set assignment to be relative to the t.v. monitors,
| A visitor from United Kingdom posted Mon September 12, 2005:|
This photo gives a good indication of the layout of the main cabin. As someone who has not previously flown in an airbus the 2-4-2 configuration is attractive. But no personal TV screens!
| A visitor from India posted Mon August 22, 2005:|
I think the sitting arrangement is a bit too conjusted specially in the middle row. i hate to travel in those seats of 4 people. better option will be divide the middle row into two parts or have a parting space between them.
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