The seat is constructed from lightweight aluminum and is designed to accommodate even adults who are more than 6 feet tall comfortably. The mechanically operated seat reclines to a lie-flat angle of 179°, turns 359° and can track forward, backward, and sideways.
Its upholstery and styling can be customized with a range of metal finishes, materials and colors. According to Starling Aerospace, depending on the materials chosen, they can provide a 6 to 8 week turnaround for the seat, which is built in house.
Starling Aerospace will also display other products at the Aircraft Interiors Expo, which include the Berthable Divan, Hilo Table and a new tea table that’s designed to look like solid silver or gold, but is actually built from aluminum with a semi-precious stone tabletop.
Starling Aerospace is based in the UK and has EASA approvals for repair and overhaul (UK145.01249), manufacturing (UK21G.2581) and design (UK21J.538).