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| A visitor from United Kingdom posted Fri March 13, 2009:|
I normally fly Upper with Virgin Atlantic, but a few weeks back, I flew Economy from LHR to LAX, and I was very impressed with the seat in economy, quite comfy if im honest, with good service!
| A visitor from United Kingdom posted Sun August 31, 2008:|
Love fly thoose virgin birds
| A visitor from France posted Wed August 13, 2008:|
These Y seats look even better than some Y+ or J seats...?!
| A visitor from Mauritius posted Tue August 5, 2008:|
| A visitor from - posted Fri July 18, 2008:|
Look farther ahead then - it is definately 2-4-2. The 2-3-2 is just the last few rows.
| A visitor from Netherlands posted Fri July 18, 2008:|
You are bot right, it's a 2-4-2 and a 2-3-2 seat configuration.
And it looks pretty good from the inside this Virgin 340-6
| A visitor from United Kingdom posted Fri July 18, 2008:|
Great photo, flew on one of those birds with LH just last week. To the previous poster, the A346 has a 2-3-2 configuration in the back few rows. The rest of Y is 2-4-2.
| A visitor from France posted Fri July 18, 2008:|
2x4x2 in the main cabin in Y, 2x3x2 in the last rows at the rear where the fuselage is narrower, like on all the A330/A340 family.
| A visitor from New Zealand posted Fri July 18, 2008:|
Only 2-3-2 towards rear of aircraft i.e last 6 rows. Otherwise is 2-4-2. great aircraft
| A visitor from Australia posted Thu July 17, 2008:|
Good Shot but looks like a 2-3-2 seating plan