Widebody airliners are the flagships of today's airlines. They fascinate people since they appear at the airports from 1970. This website is dedicated to these giants of the air.
A widebody is officially described as an airliner with two aisles in the passenger cabin. 'Narrowbody' airliners, like the Airbus A220 and A320, and the Boeing 737 have only one aisle dividing the seatrows at starboard and portside of the cabin. They have five or six seats next to each other (two plus three or three plus three) in the economy class, divided by the aisle. In the cabins of widebodies there are rows of seven up to eleven seats with two aisles in between.
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