Boeing will add seven inches of space to its 737NG with an improvement unveiled in 2014, it told journalists at a pre-Farnborough briefing in Seattle, Wash. The improvement adds a new slimline lavatory, featuring an “s-wall” in the cabin, allowing airlines to either reconfigure their interiors for improved comfort, or for extra seats. “Some airlines are reconfiguring their interiors and gaining three additional seats,” 737 VP and GM Beverly Wyse said. The ...

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