seating capacity


Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Wikipedia.

seating capacity

The total number of seats in an auditorium.
References in periodicals archive ?
The police say that these restaurants go well beyond the seating capacity claimed by them.
ANA announced a plan to raise its seating capacity by 50% through an increase of 13 flights on routes including Narita-Shanghai and Kasai-Dalian.
Culture and Tourism Minister Park Jie Won told a news conference that the seating capacity limits were set in consideration of Japanese pop music's "influence on public sentiments and on youth.
The Government reached consensus with the Bills Committee that the Government would, in the context of a regular survey on PLB services scheduled for 2018, revisit the situation after the number of seats of PLB had been increased and would also look into the issue of the maximum seating capacity of PLBs when the statutory limit on the number of PLBs would be due for the next review (i.
The Philippine Arena is the largest indoor arena in the world, with a seating capacity of 55,000.
UPDATE #2 - The associated table now has seating capacity of each ballpark along with how much of capacity each opener filled it.
the seating capacity lifts to 467 and when using overhead cart storage to 479.
The bus has a seating capacity of 29 ambulatory passengers, plus 10 standees.
61-21(g) (12)(i)(A) seating capacity rule, if an employee or his or her spouse or dependents hitches a ride on a noncommercial flight when most seats are occupied by individuals on company business, the employee rides tax free; his or her personal use is valued at zero.