cross aisle


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cross aisle

1. In a church, a transverse aisle between pews.
2. In an auditorium, an aisle usually parallel to rows of seats, connecting other aisles or an aisle and an exit.
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There will be separate entrances, but if you're on a cross aisle, you can go from coffee to desert without really noticing the difference, We think that for our exhibitors it's a wonderful thing, because it brings the dessert expo attendee, which is a little different than ours.
The other unique feature with the door is that it does not have any external hinges but opens 180 degrees when the rack is bayed, and 270 degrees at end of row locations, avoiding obstruction of main aisles and cross aisles.
This cabin has a high-vaulted ceiling, uninterrupted by overhead bins, instead of the traditional twin aisle, a single large aisle with multiple cross aisles is used to speed up the boarding process.