With the growth in long-haul low-cost carriers (LCC), passengers face paying the price of lower airfares for longer flights—as in more hours spent in the middle seat. The emergence of long-haul LCCs and continued growth in short-haul flying has prompted new seat designs aimed at making economy-class flying more convenient, comfortable—and potentially more profitable. Colorado-based aircraft interior design house Molon Labe Seating has teamed up with BMW’s Designworks and ...

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