Airlines solve legroom problem

April 26, 2006 at 1:20 am | Posted in travel | Leave a comment

The future of air travelFor those of you who have longed to escape the confines of a cramped airline seat, your wishes have been granted.  Airline manufacturer Airbus has suggested that airlines place their passengers on upright, supportive "jumpseats".  The normal capacity of 500 seatedpassengers on an A380 would jump to the maximum allowed 853 if everyone would just stand up.

 Imagine no longer having to worry about "remaining seated"-just strap in and hang on!  The Seattle P-I has the goods and a great diagram.

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