Date: 23 Jul 99 04:18:20 From: email@example.com (MegaZone) Organization: WPI Discordian Society, Undocumented Cabal of the Accursed Saint Shiranto Joe References: 1 2
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Michael & Iain Butler <firstname.lastname@example.org> shaped the electrons to say: >I can't see how cabin width affects passenger space. Surely the >only thing impacting the passenger is seat width and pitch. Has 1. IF the cabin is narrower the airline may be forced to use a narrower seat, say 17", to have the same number of seats. A wider cabin could allow 18" seat widths. 2. Curvature matters if you are sitting against the wall, and it usually works such that a narrower cabin means a higher floor and thus a greater curve to the wall. I'm 6'6" tall, and it makes a LOT of difference to me if the wall has me bent sideways. -MZ -- <URL:mailto:email@example.com> Gweep, Discordian, Author, Engineer, me.. Join ISP/C Internet Service Providers' Consortium <URL:http://www.ispc.org/> "A little nonsense now and then, is relished by the wisest men" 781-788-0130 <URL:http://www.megazone.org/> <URL:http://www.gweep.net/> Hail Discordia!