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icedpickles

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Just wondering how dense you make you economy (Y) cabins? For example, if you are able to fit 120 seats in Y do you actually put 120 seats in?



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GBO

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I tend to reduce the amount of seats in each cabin to increase my route reputation



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I base my configurations loosely on real world examples. In some cases, it may be ridiculous to follow it too close (e.g. 220 Y in A359 in two class config) so I then bump it up slightly to about 250 Y.



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Exactly how ridiculous that is would surely depend on how many C seats you fitted it with...


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snoopy1212

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Exactly how ridiculous that is would surely depend on how many C seats you fitted it with...

32 C is my usual baseline



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I run my airline on semi-Marxist principles: it is elitist to put fewer seats than maximum, because that means some people get a more luxurious seat at the expense of others who don't get a seat at all.



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I run my airline on semi-Marxist principles: it is elitist to put fewer seats than maximum, because that means some people get a more luxurious seat at the expense of others who don't get a seat at all.

 

I give free helicopter rides.



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Yeah, you can make profits just on the IFS...






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