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#958782 by 747 G-VROS
09 Jan 2021, 10:30
Aren't we lucky G-VXLG that we live to fly another day?
Look out for me as N483MC in Atlas Air livery.

G-VROM will be N481MC
G-VROY will be N482MC

There were some nice photos of you departing Manchester and landing at Tel Aviv on quite a few accounts over on Twitter and Instagram.

G-VROS.....
#958787 by 747G-VXLG
09 Jan 2021, 11:02
I know we are so lucky.
Them a350’s (G-VBOB, G-VLIB, G-VWHY, G-VNVR and G-VELJ) replacing us have got big boots to fill and I don’t think they’ll do it.
Really missing you sis!
#958828 by VS075
11 Jan 2021, 10:51
DIAZLUXO wrote:How many seats will the leisure a350s have?


When the order was placed in 2016, a figure of up to 410 seats was quoted. Not sure on the exact breakdown, but a reasonable assumption will be a smaller Upper cabin and slightly larger PE and Y cabins...

https://www.businesstraveller.com/busin ... 100-order/
#958829 by CommanderB
11 Jan 2021, 12:07
VS075 wrote:
DIAZLUXO wrote:How many seats will the leisure a350s have?


When the order was placed in 2016, a figure of up to 410 seats was quoted. Not sure on the exact breakdown, but a reasonable assumption will be a smaller Upper cabin and slightly larger PE and Y cabins...

https://www.businesstraveller.com/busin ... 100-order/


My prediction is half sized UC cabin. The 744 didn't have enough, but 40 is too much for leisure.
#958834 by 747G-VXLG
11 Jan 2021, 17:37
CommanderB wrote:
VS075 wrote:
DIAZLUXO wrote:How many seats will the leisure a350s have?


When the order was placed in 2016, a figure of up to 410 seats was quoted. Not sure on the exact breakdown, but a reasonable assumption will be a smaller Upper cabin and slightly larger PE and Y cabins...

https://www.businesstraveller.com/busin ... 100-order/


My prediction is half sized UC cabin. The 744 didn't have enough, but 40 is too much for leisure.



I heard the capacity is 410 which probably means a configuration of: 20C48W342Y which would quite similar to previous leisure configurations.
#958850 by ColOrd
12 Jan 2021, 08:43
Be interesting to see how they configure it internally presumably J and W will all fit in between doors 1 and 2.
#958863 by DIAZLUXO
12 Jan 2021, 20:13
Yes I think UC and PE will be between exit doors 1 and 2.
If they want to keep the Loft I think they ought to have 16 UC and keep the 56 PE.
How many economy seats could fit into the cabin with all the free space given up by the movement of PE?
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