seabosdca wrote:I'll take a guess: 188Y (the maximum certified capacity of the 734; it can't do 189)
debonair wrote:seabosdca wrote:I'll take a guess: 188Y (the maximum certified capacity of the 734; it can't do 189)
Are you sure?! It is impossible - never ever! The problem are the overwing exits, that's why Boeing develop new exits on the B737NG, to rise the capacity. Ok, wikipedia tells 188sets - but on Boeing web-page is one-class Y168 sets:
https://www.boeing.com/resources/boeing ... senger.pdf
But I think there were some charter airlines back in '80's or '90's with Y171 or Y172 seats - but that was the maximum...
AC853 wrote:vhqpa wrote:The -400 is also 3 metres shorter than a -800 so there is less space in the cabin.
Thanks. I always thought the 734 and 738 were the same size. Is the 733 the same size as the 737?
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