The tinted windows on the Boeing 787 Dreamliner makes odd "mood" lighting in the cabin.

The tinted windows on the Boeing 787 Dreamliner makes odd “mood” lighting in the cabin.

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3 Comments
masimons

Would have been more efficient to eliminate overheads, raise the floor 17″ and put under seat compartments. Then everyone gets their personal storage which should allow faster loading/unloading.

Joe User

Masimons. Remember this is SMS configuration. I believe they could have chosen to have no centerline bins.

Joe User

Should be ANA. Dang auto correct

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