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AvFab receives Nigerian approval on econo and traveller airline seat

Posted 29 May 2015 · Add Comment

Aviation Fabricators (AvFab) recently received Nigerian approval for the installation of their Supplemental Type Certificate (STC) approved King Air Econo and Traveler Airline Seats in Beechcraft King Air 200, 300, B300 and B350 series aircraft.

These value-oriented Airline Style Seating options were designed for high density applications, and are available in two models, Econo Seat and Traveler Seat. Both also have FAA, EASA, Mexico, Russia, and Transport Canada STC approval. 

The Econo Seat was the first to be engineered for durability and affordability. Weighing approximately 23 lbs., it’s a lightweight “no maintenance” solution for those wanting to add capacity without adding unnecessary cost. The Traveler Seat builds on the quality and durability of the Econo while adding some additional features including more legroom, easier entry and exit, and improved comfort. 

All airline style seating includes seat belts, back and bottom cushions (un-upholstered), life vest, and installation instructions. Add-on options include aisle-side arm-rest, headrest, and side wall/arm ledge panel for outboard armrest. The seats come with a one-year warranty. 

Installation is as simple as removing the existing seats/furnishings, and then placing the high-density seats into the desired locations by locking them into the seat tracks. AvFab also offers pricing quotes on the removed seats as potential trade-ins.

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