Date: 09 Jan 98 00:51:01 From: "john r." <firstname.lastname@example.org> Organization: silence References: 1
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In article <airliners.1998.10@ohare.Chicago.COM>, Seth Heckard <email@example.com> writes >Pardon me if this is a stupid question, but why do older planes (such as >a Boeing 707, 727, or 737, and a DC-8 or -9 and MD-80) have an extra >cockpit window (or two) on top of the main row of cockpit windows? And >why do newer, but similarly sized planes such as the A320 family and the >757 have just one row of cockpit windows? The eyebrow windows are what you look through to see where you are going when in a bank. More modern planes have larger windows and maybe dont need them. So I am told. -- john r.