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Recaro Aircraft seating enhances hygiene and cleanliness in aircraft

Posted 6 September 2016 · Add Comment

Recaro Aircraft seating is setting new standards in aircraft cabins when it comes to cleanliness and hygiene. Specially coated surfaces on the frequently touched plastic and metal parts of folding tables, arm rests and seat backs offer increased protection for passengers from germs and bacteria. Cleaning the seats takes less time and effort.

“The special plastic surfaces and metal parts of our Recaro aircraft seats offer very good protection from soiling, providing passengers with added safety and comfort,” said René Dankwerth, member of the executive team and responsible for the department Research and Development.

Dankwerth added: “On request, we equip our seats with an easy-to-clean surface, that makes it even easier for airlines and the cleaning crew in an aircraft to keep the cabin and seats sanitary. Furthermore, thanks to the antimicrobial properties of the coating, germs disappear within a short time. With our aircraft seats, we want to support our airlines in presenting themselves as the perfect hosts for travelers. And this, of course, applies to all classes, whether economy, premium economy or business class seats from Recaro.”

 

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