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The airline company passengers will benefit of Titanium seat, the 4kg per passenger economy-class seat by Expliseat, by summer 2014.
In a public conference at the Aéroclub de France with the aeronautic community, Benjamin Saada, Jean-Charles Samuelian and Vincent Tejedor, the directors of Expliseat; and Antoine Ferretti, chief executive officer at Air Méditerranée, formalized their collaboration: beginning in Summer 2014, the Titanium Seat will be flying onboard Air Méditerranée.Thanks to state-of-the-art, one-of-a-kind technology (10 exclusive patents in all) combining lightness, strength, and comfort, the Titanium Seat provides multiple benefits to both airlines and their passengers. Working with a network of French manufacturers in the automobile and aeronautics industries, Expliseat produces seats of quality, at high-speed production levels.This technology reduces seat weight by at least 50% for a fuel saving of 3% to 5%. This corresponds to a saving of $300,000 to $500,000 per year per aircraft.Titanium seat achieves good performance in robustness and maintenance costs with its combination of titanium-composite structure and ease of assembly (30 parts as opposed to the 500-piece average for a standard seat). It is one oh the most durable seat on the market, withstanding up to 100,000 usage cycles, equivalent to 10 years of operation.The 2-inch thick backrest is closely tailored to the human back for good comfort with additional legroom, while the technical textile absorbs impact and movements from passengers in the row behind.About Expliseat:Founded in March, 2011 by Benjamin Saada, Jean-Charles Samuelian and Vincent Tejedor, Expliseat combines innovation and manufacturing performance in a single product: the Titanium Seat. At just 4 kg, this seat reduces fuel consumption considerably, resulting in savings of up to $500,000 per plane per year. And with 10 patents, the Titanium Seat also provides passengers with greater comfort and more room, thanks to its unique ergonomic design.More information: www.expliseat.com