TCS Debuts Remodeled Jet

At Seattle's Museum of Flight on Friday, TCS Expeditions introduced its Boeing 757 jet, designed for fewer guests and more comfort. The redesigned aircraft offers seating for just 75 travelers, compared to the 757's usual 233 seats. TCS' new jet also features ergonomic foam seating, with connections for laptops, cell phones and digital cameras. The jet's first guests already have departed on TCS' 24-day "Around the World Fall 2007" expedition, which left Seattle for stops in Japan, Vietnam, India, Iran, Egypt, Morocco, Togo, Benin, Brazil and the Galapagos Islands. Visit [www.tcs-expeditions.com]. (JM)

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