Boeing's 757-300 will have special appeal to operators wishing to offer coach passengers increased legroom on long flights. Just recently, American Airlines announced that it had begun reconfiguration of its fleet with up to a 3-6 in. increase in seat pitch. That trend also will likely catch on with other carriers as a result of increased interest in passenger service following a year of delays and proposed actions by Congress to reduce incidents of passenger rage. The 757-300 ...

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