Airplane seat design promises faster boarding time and roomier middle
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(FOX News) - Airplane designers have been racing to discover the next wave of revolutionary aircraft interiors.
Whether airlines want to save space, lighten their load or speed up boarding times, engineers have come up with dozens of solutions—and not all of them seem comfortable.
The latest seat design from Denver-based Molon Labe Designs claims it has the one-row-fits-all solution for airlines looking to save big money on fuel costs and make the boarding process more efficient.
The Side-Slip features a typical three-seat per row configuration, but, with the simple push of a button, the aisle seat glides over the middle seat creating a wider aisle—from the standard 19 inches to 41 inches.