• Matthew Cleary airplane seating arrangement makes interacting while flying easier

  • The monotonous seating in airplanes is one of the reasons flying for longer hours gets extremely tedious and boring. Industrial Design graduate from the Bournemouth University, Matthew Cleary, has just pulled the veil off a one-of-a-kind seating array for airplanes that makes interacting with fellow passengers or steering clear away from them easier! These seats are arranged in pods of three, two of which can rotate enabling passengers to sit closer or farther away from each other. Sporting a personal closet each to store your belongings while flying, this seating arrangement has been designed specifically for the premium economy class and allows you to stretch-out and travel better, instead of the dreary seating arrangements used today.

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    Topics: Transport Tags: on July 23, 2012
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