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Any explanations? I was left kinda puzzled on why ANA would configure an A320 like this.
|Quoting LHboyatDTW (Thread starter):|
In a world where populations of several countries are rising and LCCs like EasyJet cram more seats making a double exit A319 a "shoehorn express" we see this in Japan of all places a single doored ANA A320 departing Nagoya Chubu Centrair for Sendai.
|Quoting AC_B777 (Reply 5):|
I'm not sure what the reason for this would be.
|Quoting Brenintw (Reply 3):|
Would the lack of a second overwing escape limit the re-sale potential of this aircraft? Basically, it's forced to be used in a premium configuration ... or could a second overwing escape be installed at a later date?
|Quoting ASAFA (Reply 12):|
Correct me if I'm wrong but Airbus doesn't manufacture the A320 without two over-wing exit openings. Obviously the interior fittings don't need to make use of both (or any) of the over-wing exits.
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