Designers Create 'Healthier Cabins' For Post-Pandemic Air Travel

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Published on August 11, 2020 - Duration: 01:27s

Designers Create 'Healthier Cabins' For Post-Pandemic Air Travel

?Is this air travel post-coronavirus?

A team of designers have re-imagined the aicraft cabon for post-pandemic travel.

The new healthier cabin designs feature full divider screens staggered seats, and the removal of in-flight entertainment systems. Created by British design firm Priestmangoode.

The new "pure skies" designs reinvent both business and economy class cabins to be "future-proof" against potential new pandemics.

The cabins feature dirt trap-free surfaces and "colour psychology" to alleviate passenger anxiety.

Seats use "photochromic and thermochromic inks" which work with new cleaning methods such as UVC and heat-cleaning, some of the seats are also staggered to offer more room to passengers.

The new designs hope to future-proof the travel industry for any other health disasters.

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