New Airline Seat Design Boosts Comfort In Economy Class [Pics]

New Airline Seat Design Boosts Comfort In Economy Class [Pics]
Design

AirGo, a concept airline, has seats are ergonomic and self-contained, taking the pain out of sitting in the less expensive section.

Daniela Walker
  • 26 february 2013

One of the greatest feelings of guilt we get is when taking a transatlantic flight, we get tired and want to push our seat back. We genuinely feel bad for the poor passenger behind me who might be watching a movie that we have now disturbed, but what can we do? Sitting in economy class of an airplane is cramped, uncomfortable and socially awkward. Certain amenities like your tray and TV are out of your control because they are contained in the seat in front of you. With AirGo, a design concept by Malaysia-based student Alireza Yaghoubi, each seat is self-contained and what’s more, they are designed with ergonomics in mind.

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