Discover a One-of-a-Kind Business Class Seat Concept with a Sofa-Bed Feature

Optimares SoFab: The Innovative Business-Class Seat Saving Weight and Boosting Fuel Efficiency

Optimares, a boutique Italian aerospace company, has created an innovative business-class concept called the SoFab that is gaining attention in the industry. This design focuses on saving weight to reduce fuel burn without compromising comfort or space. In fact, the SoFab’s bed is 25% larger than similar business-class cabins.

The SoFab has been shortlisted for sustainability in the 2024 RedCabin Awards, which recognize innovative aircraft cabin designs that address various industry problems like sustainability, comfort, space, and cost. The airline business-class seat features a convertible sofa bed instead of a fully lie-flat reclining seat.

Optimares claims that this design provides more passenger space while weighing significantly less than other options due to the use of fewer materials. This weight savings is crucial in the airline industry as it impacts fuel burn and the overall financial performance of the company. The SoFab design has impressed industry professionals and is up for an award for sustainability from RedCabin. It was also a finalist for the International Yacht & Aviation Awards 2024.

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