BrianDromey wrote:Airbus said deleting Door 2 on the A321 gave their airline customers more flexibility with the size and placement of premium cabins. The days of mid-cabin Lav's and Galleys seem to be gone.
I don't think any airline regularly boarded from L2 on the A321 - the exception being bmi - back when they existed. The leading edge of the engine is apparently very close to the jet bridge/stairs if using L2.
strfyr51 wrote:The Exit and Emergency exits are where they are to satisfy the FAA and EASA. Because airlines want to put more seats on airplanes? Is of no consequence when applied to safety and Emergency Egress.
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