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Still, a web check can reveal which jets offer the greatest scope for finding yourself next to a vacant space. Boeing’s 787 Dreamliner has three blocks of three seats in each economy row, providing a mathematically greater chance of free-seat nirvana compared with the 2-5-2 of earlier planes. “Row arrangements dramatically influence the probability of having an empty seat next to you,” Brauer said.
originally posted by: F4guy
a reply to: Zaphod58
With 154 orders for the -10, Boeing is escaping the problem of producing a "ghost" plane, like Airbus just did with its new model 350, for which there are 0 firm orders. The one that has been built might go to a leasing company but nothing is firm.