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The standard version of this aircraft has 3 rows of Brussel's Business Class, b.business, however, the b.business cabin may vary from one row to all 29 rows. When the aircraft does not operate entirely as b.business, Brussels Airlines offers two types of economy seating: economy and b.light economy.
The standard configuration for economy seating is five rows of economy with the rest of the cabin set as b.light economy.
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Regardless of configuration, all seats are physically identical on this aircraft. It isn't even a standard economy class seat - unless you are a double amputee.
Plus, be sure you know and respect your date's limits as well.