Airlines and equipment manufacturers are investing in new technologies to improve passengers’ onboard satisfaction—a relaxed, happy and healthy traveler is not only more likely to fly the same airline next time, but may also be more inclined to spend money from his/her seat. Innovations range from the obvious—more comfortable seating—to the more futuristic: seat-based sensors that can monitor a passenger’s status during the flight, feeding information back to ...

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