Low-cost carrier (LCC) easyJet is to become the latest airline to use advances in cabin technology to slot more seats into its aircraft. The UK-based carrier has contracted with Airbus’ Upgrade Services to retrofit up to 105 of its fleet of Airbus A320s with a configuration that will increase passenger capacity from 180 to 186 in a single-class configuration. Airbus says this will be achieved through a combination of its recently certificated Max-Pax seating for the A320 family and ...

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