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  1. Brian Cohen
    Brian Cohen at |

    I can understand standardizing a fleet of aircraft to save money, Seth — say, from a mix of Boeing and Airbus aircraft or from a mix of Boeing 757s and 737s — but is there really enough of a difference between the Boeing 737-700 and 737-800 models to warrant such a move by Sun Country Airlines?

  2. mgg
    mgg at |

    so basically setting themselves up to be sold to @Allegiant in 2018

  3. Wally
    Wally at |

    How does SC do six first class seats on the 737-800? One row of and a row of 4 sure… but logistically where does the row of 2 fit?

  4. David Marquette
    David Marquette at |

    the 6 BIG seats will be at the front, 2 rows on the port- (left) side, 1 row behind the galley on the starboard

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