Five-abreast

Five-abreast

A five-horse Evener arranged so all five horses walked abreast. Also, five horses hitched in that configuration.
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It uses a slightly more powerful version of the Pratt & Whitney PW1500G geared turbofan, but shares the same fly-by-wire control architecture, composite and hybrid-metallic structure and five-abreast cabin cross section of the CS100.
O'Connell said he's confident that fliers at the airport will take to the Superjet's interior and five-abreast layout.
"In addition, the travelling experience of our passengers will be further enhanced by the CSeries aircraft''s widebody comfort, including the five-abreast seating and wider middle seat," added Mr.
"We are waiting to understand where Boeing is going", before taking a decision to engage in the development of a five-abreast aircraft, he explains.
It can look at crowds of pedestrians walking five-abreast, Reinpoldt said.
"Featuring the latest in system technologies and aerodynamics, the five-abreast CSeries aircraft family is specifically designed to meet the growing needs of the 100- to 149-seat mainline commercial airliner market, which is estimated at 6,300 aircraft over the next 20 years.
They will be configured in an 85-seat, five-abreast format.
Bombardier, Embraer Bombardier Commercial Aircraft president Gary Scott says he is not surprised that Embraer is eyeing possible development of a five-abreast aircraft and believes such studies further endorse the Canadian airframer's own decision to provide a five-abreast aircraft optimized for the 100- to 145-seat market.