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Where’s the Inside View???
Anyway, my comment is that a 3.9 metre inside width, the C919 is MUCH wider than a 737 or even an A320… However, it isn’t wide enough to fit a second aisle and six seats abreast. I wonder why Comac chose this specific width…
To fit the wider american waist line of course
Don’t read too much into the specs. Likely they were compiled by a bunch of Chinese greenhorns who earned their aerospace degrees abroad and never spent much of their life outside of academia.
Sign of the times when you don’t take a newspaper or magazine to the bathroom with you anymore. Instead you take your laptop with you
I agree with your thoughts here and I really love your blog! I’ve bookmarked it so that I can come back & read more in the future.
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