From: JW6191A@american.edu (John Witherspoon) Organization: The American University Date: 22 Jan 96 03:24:17 References: 1 Followups: 1
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In article <rddDL8A5C.CGE@netcom.com> firstname.lastname@example.org (R. Kalia) writes: > >In article <email@example.com>, JW6191A@american.edu. says... >> >>On a recent Air France A340 flight from Paris CDG to Washington IAD, I >>noticed that the smoking section of the Tempo, or economy class, was in >>the middle third of the cheap seats, leaving a non-smoking section between >>the smokers and the aft area of the plane... > >Some months ago I read something about the ventilation on newer (and >larger?) planes being such that the middle was the best place for the smoking >section. I am not sure I believe this, but it fits the fact that your >experience was on an A340. Perhaps someone at sci.aeronautics will know >about cabin ventilation? Anybody know anything on this?