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Future seats in the air?

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NM

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at least there won't be any fighting over the arm rests!
 

markis10

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How would that work Markis? All they've done is turn one column of seats 180 degrees.
Have they? I note no recline, and you need to look at the pitch. It their not trying to fit more seats in there is little incentive for airlines.
 

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Still waiting to see sleeping pods like in Japanese railway stations on 777s and bigger. Get a feed in the lounge before departure and sleep all the way. Evacuation may be tricky, along 5 year olds doing ninja impersonations from the top bunk.
 

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Apparently seatbelts, backrests arent required, and the crash rating of the foldable seat will be "interesting".
 

JohnK

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Much cheaper to give everyone aenesthetic, pile them on top of each other and cram more in for the flight, dont need to feed them or water and wake them just in time for landing.
 

otchiman

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The convertible seat looks alright. Those economy ones are just stupid and look like they would be really hard to get into and out of.
 

Shan Man

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Much cheaper to give everyone aenesthetic, pile them on top of each other and cram more in for the flight, dont need to feed them or water and wake them just in time for landing.
"To make your flight as short as possible, our flight attendants are switching on the sleep regulator, which will regulate your sleeping during the flight."

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