Business Class Seat Remembers Passengers And Their Preferences

Business Class Seat Remembers Passengers And Their Preferences
Hotels, Hospitality & Travel

This 'dynamic seat' upgrades the cookie-cutter options available on most airlines

Ido Lechner, Home Editor
  • 7 april 2016

Partnering with Panasonic, B/E Aerospace and Formation Design to create the new Waterfront Business Class seats, design firm Teague announced their ‘dynamic and versatile connected seating environment.’ Submitted as an entry for the Crystal Cabin Award—an international award for excellence in aircraft interior innovation—the design is inspired by the rise in personal devices, and aims to offer a bespoke experience while above ground. As such, the seats are capable of memorizing your personal preferences from flight to flight, customizing the environmental controls every time you board.

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