Jetstar calls added seats a win-win

Australia's Jetstar is adding an extra row of economy seating in 43 of its A320 fleet by rearranging the toilets and reducing the galley space.
The airline says leg room and seat width haven’t changed with the addition of the six seats. 
 
“This is the latest cabin design from Airbus and allows for an extra row of seats and more baggage space,” Dean Salter, Jetstar Australia and New Zealand ceo said.
 
“These aircraft will allow us to carry more customers, particularly at peak times, to holiday destinations.”
 
The number of seats increases to 186, up from 180, allowing the carrier to fly an extra 600,000 passengers per year.

 

Jetstar calls added seats a win-win

Australia's Jetstar is adding an extra row of economy seating in 43 of its A320 fleet by rearranging the toilets and reducing the galley space.
The airline says leg room and seat width haven’t changed with the addition of the six seats. 
 
“This is the latest cabin design from Airbus and allows for an extra row of seats and more baggage space,” Dean Salter, Jetstar Australia and New Zealand ceo said.
 
“These aircraft will allow us to carry more customers, particularly at peak times, to holiday destinations.”
 
The number of seats increases to 186, up from 180, allowing the carrier to fly an extra 600,000 passengers per year.