Pax don't give a flying poo about the quality of your seating in this game aside from refusing to fly High Density more than about 3 hours. Outside of that, it's all meaningless and a waste of money and potential revenue to configure your planes in any way that doesn't maximize the number of paying seats.

What about configuring planes like 737-900. Normally, there are 30 rows of 6 seats for total of 180 Y.

If you put one row of standard C seats (5 passengers), you can configure the remaining Y seats with standard economy as either:

- 29 rows, 174 Y seats with quality "fair"

- 28 rows, 168 Y seats with quality "fair"

- 27 rows, 162 Y seats with quality "good"

Does that designation - "fair" vs. "good" make a meaningful difference, worth sacrificing 12 seats?