|Quoting L.1011 (Reply 1):|
Though 747Fs only have the short upper deck, one presumes that an airline could fill that space with a dozen or two seats at the normal passenger aircraft density and sell them if it wanted to, but I don't believe anybody has ever done so.
|Quoting COSPN (Reply 4):|
Short answer is no .. Most cargo airlines. Don't. Have flight attendants so that would. Mean 14 or less pax not worth the trouble .. And cargo airlines usually carry dangerous goods not allowed on passenger aircraft ...
|Quoting dcajet (Reply 6):|
The above reason is why we don't see any more "Combi" versions of airliners. It is my understanding that following the 1987 SAA 747 200 Combi accident over the Indian Ocean the idea of mixing restricted cargo and passengrs on a same plane was revisited and it became the nail in the coffin for the Combi concept.
|Quoting 32andBelow (Reply 7):|
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