Frequently Flying - Vintage Airline Seat Map: Air France Aérospatiale-BAC Concorde

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    In last week’s installment of Vintage Airline Seat Maps, I was playfully taunted by a fellow BoardingArea blogger about how un-vintage some of my maps are, given many of the aircraft are still flying today. The Weekly Flyer then posted his seat selection and map for a DC-9-50 Delta flight that he...
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    I had not seen this for years. I used to fly this one quite often, mostly in 3C, but I accepted other aisle near the front when forced to do so. I took it several times CDG-DKR-GIG while courting Mrs jbc. One of the best investments I ever made! Although faster than any other choice it was really very cramped for a total of about seven hours with a brief refuelling stop and leg stretch in Dakar. That is why I wanted to be LIFO for passenger inventory. AF085 then IIRC.
     

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