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The Economy cabin on the B-17 Felix had 8 seats (Shown), First class which was in the radio booth area had 6 seats.
Read the facinating Story about the only B-17 in the Royal Danish Air Force.
Here is an excerpt.
From 1943 onwards, a large number of B-17 Flying Fortress and B-24 Liberator, made emergency landings in Sweden following the bombing of Germany. ABA/SILA (SAS) realized the opportunities to convert the B-17 to the passenger and cargo traffic. That could be used as Atlantic Transport as soon as the war ended. The B-17 was an aircraft with a substantial range, which could fly at higher altitude than the DC-3.
Read the B-17 Story.
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