Transforming Air Travel For Reduced Mobility Passengers

Molon Labe wheelchair aircraft seat design
Molon Labe’s design enables the aisle seat to be detached from the cabin fl oor and stacked on the adjacent seat, leaving space for a wheelchair to be secured.
Credit: Molon Labe Seating
Airline passengers with reduced mobility could soon remain in their own wheelchairs in flight if some in-development products gain regulatory approval. “Power wheelchair users typically have thoracic support built into the chair element, giving them medical support that an aircraft passenger seat...

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