Airbus is holding “very preliminary“ talks with some of its A350 customers about a ten-abreast configuration in economy class.   The denser layout would allow the manufacturer to add around 25-30 seats and raise overall capacity of the A350-900 to nearly 350 seats.   “For now only a small number of customers is interested, but this will increase undoubtedly as the aircraft matures,” Airbus Cabin Marketing Manager Claire Newcombe said on the ...

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