Category Archives: Passenger Comfort

The latest news on how airlines are increasing passenger comfort in First, Business and Economy classes through innovative concepts, particularly relating to aircraft seating.

Aer Lingus unveils new transatlantic A330 Business Class cabin with lie flat seats, 16-inch IFE monitors and free Wi-Fi

Indian budget carrier SpiceJet rolls out new ‘SpiceMAX’ seating

Finnair reveals plans for A350 XWB passenger experience

Qantas announces B737 cabin upgrade and Q-streaming IFE rollout

Air New Zealand’s 787-9 Dreamliner to ‘liberate travellers’

BA measures passengers’ moods with ‘happiness blanket’

LCCs playing important role in driving onboard passenger experience improvements

SAS announces major long-haul cabin upgrades

LOT adds Economy Plus on short and medium-haul flights

Monarch to install non-reclining seats with tablet holder

Passenger Comfort // Jun 2014 // 1 Comment

Monarch to install non-reclining seats with tablet holder

UK-based leisure carrier Monarch will introduce non-reclining seats with built-in tablet holders across its fleet in response to feedback from its customers.

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