Comfortable Plane


#1

I love the Continental ERJ’s 145 they are one of the most comfortable planes in my opinion if you is in the row where your the only person which is on the left side of the plane. What’s the most comfortable plane that you have flown in?


#2

This one :smiley:


#3

http://www.airliners.net/open.file/0931812/M/
This one^^^

http://www.airliners.net/open.file/0609395/M/

http://www.airliners.net/open.file/0622622/M/


#4

Have you actually been on Trump’s 727?


#5

This was a nice ride (at least in the front of the aircraft)…back in the days when I worked for Pratt…
airliners.net/open.file/0344581/L/


#6

It’s interesting that the photo is a Gulfstream N54KB.

FA’s N54KB is a Cessna Citation.

The most comfortable plane I’ve been on was the B747 when it was the newest thing in the sky and the upper deck was a first-class lounge. Now that was Goooooodddd!

My family and I flew BA’s Concorde LHR/JFK, which was not nearly as comfy. Too cramped. Narrow seats and narrow aisle. But you couldn’t fault the flight staff’s service.


#7

That’s because their first order of business was to keep you in your seat!

Regards,

James


#8

That’s because their first order of business was to keep you in your seat!

Not completely! In those pre-911 days, the cockpit had a door open to passengers (over the ocean, anyway). I think the time my then-six-year-old son spent in that cockpit was the highlight of his early life.


#9

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Appears to have mis-filed on the last flight; the previous flights are correctly filed as GLF5.


#10

Appears to have mis-filed on the last flight; the previous flights are correctly filed as GLF5.

I see that now. Generally I’ve been grabbing aircraft type from the upper right box, rather than the history.

And I’d been wondering why this plane that can fly non-stop between San Jose and Beijing or Dusseldorf is on a podunk route in the middle of Texas.

Thanks, Mark.


#11

I like that first row of seats behind First Class on a BAE146.

Especially the aisle you can stretchout forever…


#12

As opposed to the row of seats immediately ahead of an emergency exit. where (on most planes) the seats don’t recline at all. That is really the pits!