I have not seen this in any other model, Sami. Its a 10% difference! A 1.41m stretch of the aircraft, which appears to all correlate into a 1.41m longer passenger cabin, means the 115 default config -should- be the norm, yet all the player configuration tool can do is mimic the shorter F100? Like I said, I know aircraft of the same max capacity can get more seats based on the cabin length (738 vs 739) so why can the F120NG be treated the same way?
Some supporting evidence:http://www.seatguru.com/airlines/Austrian_Airlines/Austrian_Airlines_Fokker_100.php
Seat map of Austrian F100 sporting a 105Y configuration at 30" pitch http://www.rekkof.nl/
Half way down the page, a 125Y configuration is talked about:
"The slim seats achieve excellent passenger comfort in a higher density configuration.
At 30 inch seat pitch 125 passengers travel with the comfort of a conventional 32 inch seat pitch configuration
The 112 passenger dual class configuration combines 34 inch seat pitch in the 4-abreast business class and 30 inch in the 5-abreast economy class"
So, case in point, 125 is not the certified max, they have not gotten that far yet, it is seating based on INDUSTRY STANDARD seating, or our Standard Y seats.
So asking for the info on the F120NG to be modified to allow just 115 standard Y is not a far fetched request. In fact, assuming Rekkof eventually gets the go ahead and this thing goes into production, we will soon be asking for a plane with a certified capacity of closer to 140 and standard seating of 125!