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| A visitor from United Kingdom posted Wed October 3, 2012:|
Such a modern aircraft, yet such an antiquated-looking cockpit. All that's missing are rows of dials.
| A visitor from - posted Sun September 18, 2011:|
The headrest folds down for access to the circuit breakers by grabbing the two levers centered below the headrest. The seat also folds up and the whole assembly slides back in front of the cb panel to clear the doorway, although in this position it is locked in place. This is the 1st Observer's seat. The 2nd Observers seat is directly behind the Capt's seat and it is stationary and the seat folds up to clear the Capt's seat back. The number of seats is governed by the occupants access to emergency oxygen. The seat cushions are adequate but about as comfortable as they look. But if you're an airplane nerd like me, they do just fine.
| A visitor from - posted Fri September 2, 2011:|
Interesting picture. But the plane looks like an old ride at Disneyland.
| A visitor from Germany posted Tue March 15, 2011:|
Have those seats been bought in a camping store?
| A visitor from - posted Mon March 14, 2011:|
Great pic. seats are a pretty cool blue color. btw does anyone know what the seat cushions are made of?
| A visitor from United Kingdom posted Mon March 14, 2011:|
Oh dear ! It reminds good memories of some flights spend on the jumpseat !!
| A visitor from United States posted Mon March 14, 2011:|
Couldn't agree more with your remark, that's an extremely rare perspective for a cockpit shot, I wonder why?!! Kudos Felix and keep up the great work.
Regards from SoCal.