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seating capacity

The total number of seats in an auditorium.
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Bharath, a daily commuter, said: "It is good that these trains have been improvised with more seating capacity, and other facilities." (ANI)
The owners are misusing fire rules by revealing their seating capacity as less than 50 -- keeping it at 48 or 49.
Aside from increased seating capacity, the new agreement also has a provision for a Third Country Code Sharing, which enables the existing air rights of the Philippines and Australia to be reallocated to an airline of a third country."
Provider of personal aircraft Cirrus Aircraft on Wednesday announced it is expanding seating capacity in its SR20, SR22 and SR22T aircraft models, available for 2012.
If granted the seating capacity at the ground would rise from 800 to 1,500.
While Chase Field normally has a seating capacity of 48,652 (see the 30 ballparks by seating capacity (http://bizofbaseball.com/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=4391&Itemid=187)), with media overflow taking a large section of the left centerfield seating, comps (both players and umps), VIPs, and the Commissioner's Office, the capacity comes down considerably (it should be noted, the for the HR Derby, an additional 500 seats are added to capacity).
The Challenger 300 has a passenger seating capacity of eight persons, and has a range of 3,100 nautical miles.
It will be provided on the Anguilla Air Express, and operated by Rainbow International Airlines Inc, using a Beechcraft 1900D Turbo Prop with seating capacity for 19.
In addition to its long-range capacity, the G200 has seating capacity for up to nine passengers and is known for its abundance of cabin space equipped with state-of-the art features.
As a result, the European market alone would see a rise of 619,000 flights in September 2007, offering a total seating capacity of 73 million.