Forgot my image>>1564074>You're comparing 737 coach to Concorde which was all first class iirc.
Because anon claimed it was cramped just because the cabin itself was narrow and had a low ceiling, despite each individual passenger having a large amount of personal space equivalent to today's long-haul premium econ products, on a shorter flight than many of the routes operated by 737s and regional jets today.>Should be comparing Concorde seats to first class on another BA transatlantic a/c
Concorde doesn't really fit into the standard long-haul dichotomy, because it made a long-haul flight a short-haul. The food and bev service was the equivalent of First class on a long-haul jet, and arguably better than what BA serves in first class today. Seats were equivalent to modern day premium economy, then-business class of the 1980s-90s, though narrower and less pitch (but still more than economy, and PE as a product did not exist yet). It never made sense to put the pull-out bed business class seats of the early 2000s, or the first class cradle recliners of the '80s, on the Concorde because a Concorde flight was usually around 3.5 hours while a normal TATL flight would be at least double that.