The typical layout of passenger facilities is shown in Figure 4.20 and includes toilets, service galleys, luggage compartments, and wardrobes. Cabin crew are provided with folding seats.
The type of service depends on the operator and ranges from almost no service for low-cost operations to the luxury of first-class service. Figure 4.21 illustrates a typical galley arrangement for a midrange passenger-carrying aircraft; other types of server trolleys are also shown. Figure 4.19 shows a trolley in the aisle being pushed by cabin crew.
Galleys are located in the passenger cabin to provide convenient and rapid service. Generally, they are installed in the cabin adjacent to the forward – and aft-galley service doors. Equipment in the galley units consists of the following:
• high-speed ovens
• hot-beverage containers
• hot-cup receptacles
• main storage compartments
The electrical control-panel switches and circuit breakers for this equipment are conveniently located. Storage space, miscellaneous drawers, and waste containers are also integrated into each galley unit.
For a small Bizjet, the toilet can be minimized unless there is a demand for a luxury facility. Figure 4.21 shows a typical toilet arrangement for larger passengercarrying aircraft.