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New Economy Seat Unveiled With Padded Wings For Passengers To Lean On

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New Economy Seat Unveiled With Padded Wings For Passengers To Lean On

Traveling now made easy and very relaxing!

You’ll agree that flying economy can be pretty stressful. Here comes a lasting solution – An economy seat, dubbed as ‘Interspace with two padded support wings is undoubtedly the light in the tunnel.

Launched December 5th, the new economy seats by London-based Universal Movement permit passengers to rotate and lean back on a cushioned surface, providing lateral support.

New economy seats by London-based Universal Movement permit passengers to rotate and lean back on a cushioned surface

The wings of the new seats can be detached separately to create personal bays for families or for smaller groups of passengers while also can be used for different sleeping patterns.

Accordiningly, the wings can be folded back into the chair and replaced. The producers also revealed that the newly launched economy seats, will provide better access for passengers, permitting them to move from one seat to another with ease.

The wings of the new seats can be detached separately to create personal bays for families or for smaller groups of passengers while also can be used for different sleeping patterns

‘The product has been created with the knowledge that aircraft cabins have traditionally failed to beyond seat pitch as the primary determinant of providing comfort. What passengers crave for is the ability to rotate and redistribute weight within their seat. Which is why you most times see people leaning on the window of an aircraft using makeshift pillows.’ Universal Movement, a spin off organization by New Territory said.

Founder and Chief Creative Officer at New Territory, Luke Miles added: ‘Universal Movement and Interspace have been borne of the belief that enough time, thought and resources have been invested into the back of any aircraft cabin

Also commenting, Founder and Chief Creative Officer at New Territory, Luke Miles added: ‘Universal Movement and Interspace have been borne of the belief that enough time, thought and resources have been invested into the back of any aircraft cabin.’

‘We so much believe that good posture, comfort and wellbeing is a human right irrespective of their financial status or social class. So, we broke out of the mould with this first product, one of the first among the many to come from Universal movement.’

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