AirGo seat lets fliers recline in their own space

02/19/2013 | Travel Agent Central

Alireza Yaghoubi, a student at the University of Malaya, has designed a plane seat that lets passengers recline 45 degrees without encroaching on their neighbors' space. The AirGo design is vying for a Dyson Award. It includes foot rests and trays that are not connected to the seat in front of the passenger, along with a drop-down computer screen.

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