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PITCH Seats Reduce Air Rage

Keeping passengers happy in a confined space can be a challenge for Airlines. In a drive to improve passenger space and reduce arguments on board there has been a significant move towards fixed back seats on single aisle aircraft. The PF3000 seat is fixed in a semi recline position giving passengers more personal space and the Airlines lower running costs.  ISRAIR Airlines have been flying the PITCH PF3000 seat on their A320 aircraft since early 2018. To see a TV News Report showing the positive impact of our seats on ISRAIR’s passengers please see video below. The report is under 2 minutes long with most of the dialogue in Hebrew.

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PF3000 Seat in 60 Seconds

Click on the link for a 60 second tour of the PF3000 seat. We have 3” more legroom over a traditional aircraft seat at the same pitch with plenty of space for literature and personal electronic devices.

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PITCH SHOW GREAT LEG ROOM ON THE BBC

PITCH Director, Gary Doy, shows the additional leg room of the PF3000 seat over a traditional seat at 28” Pitch

PITCH Director, Gary Doy, shows the additional leg room of the PF3000 seat over a traditional seat at 28” Pitch

Pitch Aircraft Seating featured on the recent BBC programme “Rip Off Britain” which outlined the industry trend towards high density configurations and how “traditional” aircraft seats caused discomfort for the taller passengers. The programme showed how our PF3000 seat provides a significant improvement to the passenger’s leg room at todays reduced Pitch.  

 

Please click the link below to see the programme on the BBC iPlayer. Rip Off Britain “Holidays” Series 7 Episode 4: https://www.bbc.co.uk/iplayer/episode/b0by9547/rip-off-britain-holidays-series-7-episode-4

PF3000 accommodates a 6’5” (2M) passenger when traditional airline seats don’t

PF3000 accommodates a 6’5” (2M) passenger when traditional airline seats don’t

One seat fits all! 6’5” meets 5’8”

One seat fits all! 6’5” meets 5’8”

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