Molon Labe and manufacturing partner Primus Aerospace have FAA approval and will debut with a low-cost carrier in Q1 2020. This new offset middle seat will improve air travel.
The seat is two inches behind and two inches below the window and aisle seat. This gives the middle seat 21 inches of width instead of 18 inches.
It enables the middle seat to have a clear armrest of its own.
The seat is just as light as other seats so it will not cost airlines any extra fuel. It has been tested to be just as safe.
SOURCES- Youtube, Molon Labe, Primus Aerospace
Written by Christina Wong
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