What is seating?

  • (noun): An area that includes seats for several people.
    Example: "There is seating for 40 students in this classroom"
    Synonyms: seats, seating room, seating area
    See also — Additional definitions below

Some articles on seating:

Louis Rhodes - Stow ’n Go
... Louis Rhodes is also responsible for the creation of Stow ’n Go seating in the Chrysler Town Country and the Dodge Grand Caravan minivans ... Stow ’n Go seating became known to be a reality after Louis Rhodes and his son, Jon Rhodes, had been tinkering with an Erector Set in their kitchen ... Stow ’n Go seating was revolutionary because while fold on to the floor seating was the new option to be offered in minivans, Stow ’n Go seating allows the second and third-rows ...
China Railways CRH3 - Formation - CRH3C
... the CRH3C set has one first-class class seating cars (ZY), six second-class seating cars (ZE), and one second-class seating/bistro car (ZEC) ... For the eight VIP seats at the ends of the trains, the seating arrangement is 1+2 ... However, for the second-class seating/bistro coach, the seats are fixed ...
CD Mensajero - Stadium
... pitch and the sheer drop to the north, the majority of the seating has always been found at either end of the stadium ... There is however, a more substantial area of seating behind the east goal and this now arcs around to the north side ... The north terrace tapers away to a single line of seating as you head to the west ...
CPH Railmotor - Seating
... As built, the normal seating capacity was 45, 21 in 1st class and 24 in 2nd (or economy) class ...
Standard Open
... coach designation for open-plan second class (later standard class) coaches with 2+1 abreast seating, usually seating 48 passengers ... Second class coaches with more conventional 2+2 abreast seating were designated Tourist Standard Open (TSO) ... seated the same number, but the centre vestible was absent, and the centre doors opened into a seating bay ...

More definitions of "seating":

  • (noun): The service of ushering people to their seats.