Finnair plans to invest €40 million ($43 million) in a revamp of its Airbus A320 cabin interiors, adding extra seats to 22 of its aircraft, equating to a 4% capacity boost. The cabin upgrade will see six to eight seats added to each of the A320s, depending on the variant. Finnair said the denser layout will be achieved by modifying storage and technical space at the front and rear of the aircraft, “primarily without changing the leg space available to the passenger.” ...

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