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Budget airline Jetstar believes the introduction of its new airbus fleet will lead to fewer personal space complaints from travellers.
The first of the jets, which will be phased into the airline's passenger services from next month, arrived on the Gold Coast today.
Spokesman Simon Westaway says they can carry up to 177 passengers, 50 more than the airline's Boeing 717s.
He says there is also more personal space for travellers.
"We do read the papers, so we are aware that some passengers have expressed some concern," he said.
"We think we'll find that passengers will really welcome these new aircraft.
"The seats are very comfortable. They are a large slim-line seat designed to hug into the body better, so from a personal space point of view we think they'll be a real winner."
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