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| A visitor from United States posted Tue January 17, 2012:|
Of course it is spotless, but the seats look comfortable.
| A visitor from United States posted Sat December 18, 2010:|
Quality of detail is what I noticed. It gives the viewer a realistic picture of what he would see if he was the first one boarding, or perhaps there to clean up during an overnight stay.
| A visitor from - posted Mon August 23, 2010:|
Great picture!!! It looks as though Qantas is installing AA old interiors. Those business class seats are the old BAE seats from AA. They were ditched for several reasons but primarily because the headrest forced the pax head down and forward... uncomfortable.
| A visitor from United States posted Tue May 11, 2010:|
You should take pics of like all the sections of the plane
| A visitor from United States posted Wed October 21, 2009:|
| A visitor from United States posted Mon April 13, 2009:|
There is not much to like about the "new" seats, they are close together, lack leg room and no elbo room. seats are thinn and not very comforable.
| A visitor from - posted Sat April 4, 2009:|
Very Detailed almost looks like a painting. Makes a good picture for advetizing. Color depth is great. Almost feels like your are in the plane
| A visitor from - posted Wed June 25, 2008:|
| A visitor from United States posted Thu January 31, 2008:|
Could see both classes - get a feel for the length of the aisles.
| A visitor from United States posted Fri October 26, 2007:|
Is a great pic. really clear, great light, and make me feel that I am actually inside the plane.
| A visitor from United States posted Fri October 5, 2007:|
This photo gives me an excellent look at the comfort and space of the aircraft.
| A visitor from United States posted Fri March 16, 2007:|
Man, this is nice. Wouldn't it be nice if Southwest Airlines offered this layout as a business class for an increased fare of maybe not more than 20%? I would fly it.
| A visitor from United States posted Fri December 8, 2006:|
Colors,sharpness of photo, looks comfy and secure.
| A visitor from United Kingdom posted Fri September 22, 2006:|
This photo really shows the length of the aircraft it is really great.
| A visitor from Brazil posted Fri June 30, 2006:|
A very beautiful aircraft. if I have an airplane company I will have aircrafts like that.
| A visitor from United States posted Fri May 26, 2006:|
Its straight on angle, clarity, and inclusion of head and leg room is excellent.
| A visitor from Australia posted Tue April 18, 2006:|
I get an understanding of what the flight will be like
| A visitor from United Kingdom posted Sun April 16, 2006:|
I don't understand. The interior is the same as the American Airlines one but this aircraft has never been operated by AA. Weird
| A visitor from Canada posted Thu March 23, 2006:|
Provides good view of cabin and seat size
| A visitor from United Kingdom posted Thu February 2, 2006:|
Excellant shot. The view of the interior is very clear. I didn't realise the aircraft had two seating up front.Im looking forward to my journey later in the year on 737-800.
| A visitor from United States posted Sat January 7, 2006:|
Photo has depth, clean lines.
| A visitor from United States posted Wed December 7, 2005:|
Thats a looooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooong cabin
| A visitor from Turkey posted Sun October 30, 2005:|
Thtas very very good.also perfect
| A visitor from United Kingdom posted Wed September 14, 2005:|
Very clear representation of what the inside looks like. Makes the seats look very comfortable and shows the seat layout very well
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