OK, for those who I upset, my remarks were intended with an "over the pub table "aw, come on guys" tone", not meant to be bolshy or shouty. Such are the limitations of text communications. Anyway, sorry that it came over like that, but I just don't think thatr there's all that much hangar space down there when you factor in the single deck and all the other equipment, stores and facilites that it has to share with the hangar.
Yes, you could store more in the corners of the landing decks, but manning and launching those fighters would take a long time, so it wouldn't be the norm.
So, could G physically take hundreds of fighters - yes. But could seh efficiently operate and maintain such a large fleet - I don't think so. And remember, the Raptors are also stored in the hangar deck, not the landing deck, so that's a lot of space lost. I'll compromise at 120 Vipers fully loaded, spread 60 per side. It doesn't seem much for a ship nearly a mile long, but it was bult to carry a large compliment of Marines (troop ships are big and empty), their shuttles, and all the supplies, specialist crews, fuel, materials and equipment to deploy for years without support, which would take up an awful lot of that space - just the bunking, food halls, rec and fitness facilities and food stores would account for a sizeable chunk of the main hull.