Two US carriers are interested in a new Airbus A320 cabin configuration that would provide wider aisle seats.
By Karen Walker Two US carriers are interested in a new Airbus A320 cabin configuration that would provide wider aisle seats. Airbus is marketing its Extra Wide Seat as a potential revenue generator, saying airlines could sell it as a premium economy product that could bring in more than $3 million over 15 years. The current standard A320 economy seat is 18 in. wide compared to the 17-in. Boeing 737 seat. In a 3-3 configuration, the A320 Extra Wide Seat would be 20 in. wide, while ...
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