Subscribe Free
in Aircraft Interiors

Sabeti Wain lets passengers sit safely

Posted 17 June 2020 · Add Comment

Sabeti Wain Aerospace, which dominates the Middle East region with its aircraft seating covers, has developed a seat safety product for airlines to consider.

Sabeti Wain offer a new seat safety product in two options for airlines.  Image: Sabeti Wain

 

 

“The seat safety product is a clear plastic flat packed - so it can be stored in the cabin without taking too much room,” said Paymen Sabeti, director.

 

The product has been developed following the current covid-19 pandemic to offer safety and peace of mind for both passengers and airlines.

 

“The seat safety product can be attached behind the headrest on the seat and will cover the sides and the top of the passengers head from the passenger sitting next to and behind. It is priced to be affordable and purchased in large numbers for all economy seats in the cabin,” said Sabeti.

 

Sabeti said the company, which has a facility in Dubai, offers two options; plain plastic or with leather or fabric stitched to the sides and back.

 

 

 

* required field

Post a comment

Other Stories
Advertisement
Latest News

Bell presents Turkish National Police with award

Bell Textron has announced the Turkish National Police were presented an award for “Outstanding Operational Readiness.” The force operates 14 Bell 429s for its safety and security missions. The fleet’s operational readiness is above

IATA and UNOCT sign MoU for countering terrorist travel programme

The International Air Transport Association (IATA) and The United Nations Office of Counter-Terrorism (UNOCT) have signed MoU to strengthen cooperation with the United Nations Countering Terrorist Travel Programme (CT Travel

Defence battles on

Military aviation in the MENA area has not been entirely unaffected by the Covid-19 pandemic.

Rolls-Royce tests tech set to power world's fastest all-electric plane

Rolls-Royce has completed testing of the ground-breaking technology that will power the world’s fastest all-electric plane.

Emirates to resume flights to Jo'burg, Cape Town, Durban, Harare and Mauritius

Emirates today announced it will resume flights to Johannesburg (1st October), Cape Town (1st October), Durban (4th October) in South Africa; Harare in Zimbabwe (1st October) and Mauritius (3rd October).

Dassault Aviation supports the Lebanese NGO Nawraj

To help Lebanon after the tragic explosion of August 4th, 2020 in the port of Beirut, and in response to the call for mobilisation launched by the President of the French Republic, Dassault Aviation has decided to sign an agreement to

AMAC Aerospace SK
See us at
Aviation MENA 2021Global Aerospace Summit 2020MEBAA Show 2021 BTManama Air Power Symposium 2020World Defence Show 2022Saudi International Airshow 2021