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New airline seating concept allows passengers to pay by space occupied

11/19/2013| 11:11:42 AM| 中文

UK-based design company Seymourpowell has developed an economy seating concept called ‘Morph’ allowing passengers to pay-by-space.

In the recent past, the airline industry has witnessed various measures to reduce cost and increase ancillary revenue, including GoAir’s move to hire only female flight attendants (to reduce fuel cost), and Samoa Air’s decision to charge passengers by weight.

UK-based design company Seymourpowell has developed an economy seating concept called ‘Morph’ allowing passengers to pay-by-space. Yes, pay only for the seat space a passenger occupies.

Morph uses smart architecture to adjust both the width of the seat, and individually controlled seat pan height and seat pan depth to suit varying sizes of passenger.

Read full story at: http://www.tnooz.com/article/new-airline-seating-concept-allows-passengers-pay-space-occupied/

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