Aircraft maker Bombardier has unveiled its newest model. While business analysts and industry watchers were quick to provides a great deal of commentary on the numerous efficiencies and advantages the CSeries offers airlines, a closer examination of its specifications also reveals potentially less leg room than folks may be used to.
The seat pitch (the distance between the same part of one seat to the next) of the highest-capacity configuration CSeries 300 will be 28 inches, which is equal to, or somewhat smaller than, that of most low-cost carriers operating today.
Of course, each airline has the interior of its planes fitted out to its own specifications, and Bombardier has numerous configurations available, including one with a generous 36-inch seat pitch. Which one do you want to bet will be the most popular with the airlines?
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