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But many of AC’s B777-300ERs have adopted the high-density configuration with 458 and not 307 seats. However, with the removal of some J class seats the total count is being reduced 450 but Y remains unchanged.

Its B787-9s have 298 seats.

Also note that airlines have begun installing fewer toilets in the Y zones so that means more queuing, more pressure on available space to move around.

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