#1919: SeatDeal

People on planes get on each other’s nerves in a variety of different ways. Seating is so cramped that many passengers find themselves in discomfort…not a great way to travel.

Today’s invention is to equip each seatback screen with a means of communicating with the screen one seat behind.

When you choose to, you specify on your screen which position you’d like your seat to be slid to and which angle of seatback rake you’d prefer.

A short-legged person, eg, may want to slide forward to give the person behind more legroom, in return for permission to have more recline angle.

This negotiation could be undertaken numerous times on a long flight -and would also depend on requests made from the seat in front.

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