Airline Reimagines Cabin with Opposite-Facing Lounge Seats

Airline Reimagines Cabin with Opposite-Facing Lounge Seats

Proposed British Arways aviation upgrades will allow for a variety of unique seat structures and increased personal space

Simone Spilka
  • 13 march 2015

It’s no secret within the airline industry that seat comfort and personal space are two critical components to what a traveler deems as a pleasant flight. In a recent patent application from British Airways, we see three potential designs for economy, premium economy and business-class seats that travelers could anticipate to be unlike any of the current seat offerings.

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