Qatar Airways 777 Economy Going 10 Abreast

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    There's an ever increasing disparity when it comes to space distribution on planes, perhaps akin to those arguing that "the rich get richer and the poor get poorer." While economy seats are more high tech than ever before, they're also as tight as they've ever been. Meanwhile at the pointy end of the plane, we're seeing premium cabin seats take up more and more real estate. One trend we've seen on the Boeing 777 is that airlines have gone from nine seats per row to ten seats per row. The 777 was originally designed to have nine seats per row, and then a few airlines started making the seats and aisles narrower, so that they could add in an extra seat per row. At first having 10 abreast seating on the 777 was the exception rather than the norm, though the tables have turned on that over the past several years. The post Qatar Airways 777 Economy Going 10 Abreast appeared first on One Mile at a Time.

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