CRRC Speaker Starling Aerospace launches new swivel seat

In the run-up to CRRC 2017, Starling Aerospace has been hard at work on their new lightweight, customisable swivel chair, which will launch in April
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New British-made Track and Swivel Seat promises a quick turnaround

UK-based Starling Aerospace (stand number 5E02) who carry EASA approvals for Design: UK21J.538, Manufacturing: UK21G.2581, and Repair & Overhaul: UK145.01249, is launching their new Track and Swivel Seat, at Aircraft Interiors Expo, Hamburg (4-6th April 2017).

The Track and Swivel Seat is certified for 9G and 16G aircraft and benefits from Starling Aerospace’s unique offering of a one-stop shop for product supply and certification for individual aircraft interior configurations. The seat is made from lightweight aluminium and is mechanically operated to recline to lie-flat of 179 degrees. It has been designed to comfortably accommodate an adult over 6 feet tall.

Customers can enjoy a 6-8 week turnaround for the manufacture of Starling Aerospace’s Track and Swivel seat, depending on the finish materials. Each seat is custom built using in-house facilities and can be styled and upholstered to compliment individual aircraft interiors. A variety of colours, materials and metal finishes are available.

This innovative seating solution tracks sideways, backwards and forwards to optimise passenger space for recline and relaxation and it turns 359 degrees. This flexibility in movement allows passengers to easily interact with fellow passengers for business or informal meetings while still enjoying the comfort of their seat.

Starling Aerospace will be showcasing the Track and Swivel Seat alongside its other innovations at Aircraft Interiors Expo. Visitors to the stand can expect to see the stylish Berthable Divan (available as a single, three or four seater), the versatile Hilo Table and a new glitzy tea table which has the appearance of solid gold or silver but is made from lightweight aluminium with a semi-precious stone table top.

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