Airbus Industries has proposed a standing room concept for flights. Volker Mellert, a physics professor from Geremany, actaully designed the concept. Apparently this seating configuration would be mostly used for short haul flights in densely populated areas. Okay there's hardly any room now so I guess it would make sense to completely remove that. This would probably also reduce the amount and size of your carry-ons too. Ah! I think what they really what to test is our patience.
1. Standing Seats - The trend of introducing standing seats on flights creates disruptive innovation opportunities in the aviation industry by increasing passenger capacity and potentially reducing ticket prices.
2. Short Haul Flights - The trend of using standing seats primarily on short haul flights presents disruptive innovation opportunities in the travel industry by providing more affordable and efficient transportation options for densely populated areas.
3. Densely Populated Areas - The trend of implementing standing seats on flights in densely populated areas introduces disruptive innovation opportunities in urban planning and transportation by addressing overcrowding and increasing accessibility.
1. Aviation Industry - The aviation industry can explore disruptive innovation opportunities by adopting standing seats on flights to enhance passenger capacity and improve cost efficiency.
2. Travel Industry - The travel industry can capitalize on the trend of standing seats on short haul flights by offering more affordable and efficient transportation options for travelers in densely populated areas.
3. Urban Planning and Transportation - The urban planning and transportation industry can leverage the trend of standing seats on flights in densely populated areas to address overcrowding and improve accessibility in urban environments.