Re: Old DC-10 attitude problem...

Date:         19 Feb 97 02:46:22 
From:         rparpatt@uniserve.com (Thundercraft)
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In article <airliners.1997.429@ohare.Chicago.COM>, brock@dircon.co.uk says...
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>In the original DC-10's, was there something wrong with their flying
>attitude?  I heard the backs had to be fitted as piano bars as
>passengers in the last few rows became sick on flights.  Thank you.

I believe that was for marketing considerations.  I believe that United also
originally fitted the 747's with bars in the back when they first put them
into service.  Canadian Airlines stuffed (and still do) every seat that they
could (keeping with their seat/pitch policies).