The 'AIRTEK' aircraft seat is a new vision for business class on airplanes that's focused on reducing the overall weight, maximizing the experience for the passenger and more.
The seat design features an all-composite construction that saves precious weight on the plane to thus reduce the aircrafts fuel burning and CO2 emissions. This doesn't come at the expensive of the passenger experience as flyers can enjoy extra storage space, more legroom and an ergonomically contoured seat.
The 'AIRTEK' aircraft seat is the collaborative design work of JPA Design, Williams Advanced Engineering and SWS Aircraft Certification, and identifies what could be done to retrofit existing airplanes to make them more eco-focused. The modern design also offers a more stylish alternative to the existing fixtures in airplane cabins that are often relatively simple.
The 'AIRTEK' Aircraft Seat Saves Space and Fuel Emissions
1. Eco-friendly Aircraft Seats - The 'AIRTEK' aircraft seat introduces a trend in eco-friendly airplane seating that saves weight, space and reduces fuel emissions.
2. Composite Materials in Aircraft Design - The all-composite construction of the 'AIRTEK' seats represents a trend towards using lightweight and durable materials in aircraft design.
3. Enhanced Passenger Experience in Flight - The AIRTEK seat's design promotes a trend of enhancing the passenger experience in air travel with extra storage space, more legroom and ergonomically contoured seats.
1. Aerospace - The 'AIRTEK' seat represents an innovative opportunity for the aerospace industry to explore new materials and designs to reduce fuel consumption and decrease overall weight of commercial aircrafts.
2. Transportation - The transportation industry can adopt the use of composite materials in aircraft designs to reduce energy consumption, lower maintenance costs and enhance customer experience with improved seat design.
3. Furniture and Interior Design - Furniture and interior design companies can infuse eco-friendly and lightweight designs into their products inspired by the 'AIRTEK' aircraft seat.