Aviointeriors recently updated its stand-up travel seating concept for airplanes to make it possible to accommodate more passengers and offer numerous cost benefits to airlines.
The Sky Rider 2.0 chair designs seem to resemble roller coaster seats, with a style that embraces a more upright passenger position that helps to take the pressure off of one's knees. The "ultra-high density" seating solution is said to be lightweight and reduce the number of overall components, helping to minimize the cost of maintenance. Since the unique design of the seats also maximizes the number of people that can safely be transported, the Sky Rider 2.0 helps airlines to increase their profits in a number of ways.
The Sky Rider 2.0 from Aviointeriors was recently unveiled at the Aircraft Interiors Expo in Hamburg, an event targeted at airline buyers.
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