New more convenient places in the airplane of the near future.

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New more convenient places in the airplane of the near future.

21.11.2013 Samoa airlines have faced protests this year when they announced they would begin to price flights based on the weight of a person. In an interview on Radio ABC Australia, CEO Chris Langton talked about the new business model “the fairest way to travel. “Studies have shown that 59 percent of men and 71 percent of women living in American Samoa were fairly heavy-bodied. And naturally, this caused general discontent. 

At 2009, Michael O'Leary, CEO of European discount airline Ryan Eyre, Put in motion the idea of ​​imposing a tax on those people who are overweight. "But this is not an option ...

Other airlines have a moderate point of view, and have more diplomatic tact. 
Airbus, for example, already now provides opportunities for airlines to choose the mounting of wider spaces for customers that can not fit into standard sizes.

Seymourpowell, a British design firm, has proposed a concept of adjustable seats that can vary in size depending on the passenger's build.

The best way to understand how this works is to think of a series of seats as one long bench. By standards, this is 18 inches 3 seats from the window. But in this case, every place is amenable to change. A series of moving parts and mechanisms allows the seat to be shaped according to the passenger's preference. The system has an adjustable handrail that can slide sideways to lock in place and shape to the desired size. So, if a family of three buys a series of seats - "mom, dad and little child", they can divide the space accordingly. Several different basic patterns are illustrated below.

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I think many passengers will be satisfied with such seats. At least family-it's for sure. It certainly is not the solution to all problems, but + to comfort uniquely

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