|Quoting mjoelnir (Reply 62):|
Quoting MON (Reply 61):
Burkhard -One of the limiting factors with the A321 turn around times is that the L2 door is very close to the leading edge of the port engine, thus normally only one jet bridge is used on L1. With a fuselage plug increasing this gap then at least in theory it would be possible to comfortably use two jet bridges - although this seems rare in the case of the B757-300.
There is no L2 fwd door on an A321, nor Tu204. The only narrowbody currently operated feat. L2 fwd is the B757, and the now soon gone Tu154. What you see on the a321 is an emergency exit not used for boarding.
flown on: TU3,TU5,T20,IL8,IL6,ILW,IL9,I14,YK4,YK2,AN2,AN4,A26,A28,A38,A40,A81,SU9,L4T,L11,D1C,M11,M80,M87,