Travel These Stand-up Airplane Seats Look Like a Roller Coaster Ride

01:37  17 april  2018
01:37  17 april  2018 Source:   Travel + Leisure

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Learn about and experience 13 of the most exhilarating roller coaster rides in the world! Each train can be seated by up to 18 people, with an average of 1,400 riders an hour. The ride take about 28 seconds to complete (I bet it looks longer to the people on it!).

Most roller coasters have height restrictions (You must be this tall to ride this coaster ) for safety considerations of the passengers. Or there can be a belt that must be secured around the rider ’s hips, like a seat belt. The minimum height restrictions are posted and enforced because if a

a yellow chair© Courtesy of Avio Interiors

For everyone who ever fancied riding a unicycle from New York City to Miami, or from Los Angeles to San Francisco — at 30,000 feet in the air — we have found the perfect seat.

Worried about legroom onboard? No more! Stretch your legs all you want. You’ll have no pressure on your knees from the seat in front of you when you're nearly standing up.

Aviointeriors, a seat manufacturer based in Italy, has updated their stand-up seating concept that has been floating around for years (but which no airline has bought yet). The SkyRider 2.0 is the smart and modern stand-up seating solution for tomorrow’s aircraft.

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Look up the statistics on roller coaster accidents. Many people hate roller coasters because they are afraid. There is a much larger risk of dying while driving a car, flying in an airplane , or have a piece of airplane fall from the sky You can gear up to ride a roller coaster by going on smaller rides first.

Kingda Ka, the tallest roller coaster on Earth, drops its passengers a life-flashing 418 feet. Once aboard, they could remove from a small stand in front of their seats one of several tethered Should the ride live up to its nauseous namesake, attendants at the unloading stations would be ready with

So what does the SkyRider 2.0 have over the original SkyRider? As the manufacturer explains, “Ultra-high density.” In lay terms, that means these seats could fit even more people on planes.

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Aviointeriors says SkyRider 2.0 “ensures an increased upright passenger position, allowing installation of the seat at a reduced pitch, while maintaining an adequate comfort.” (Your own definition of “adequate” may vary.)

The saddle is so narrow that the domed container below, which holds tightly-folded life jackets, has become a prominent design feature instead of an invisible element of the seat.

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On this page you will find some pictures of roller coasters and many other extreme rides . Stand - Up Ride ! Italian Job Stunt Track. Mason, OH (USA). In a roller coaster this is not dangerous, but imagine if I was flying an airplane , and doing the same meneuver.

Stand - Up Roller Coaster – A roller coaster design that permits the riders to stand during the entire ride instead of being seated . Station – The station is a building or structure that houses the loading and unloading platforms for a roller coaster .

On the plus side, the arm rests on these beauties are far more generous than some of the armrests we’re seeing on new economy light seats that are actually taking off. More good news: “The design of this seat enables to increase the passenger number by 20 percent allowing increasing profits for airline companies. Furthermore, Sky Rider 2.0 weighs 50 percent less than standard economy class seats and the reduced number of components enable minimum maintenance costs,” Aviointeriors claims.

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The company revealed the SkyRider 2.0 at the Aircraft Interiors Expo in Hamburg, which is an event targeted at airline buyers, and not at the flying public. In an ideal world, interests of both airline buyers and passengers should overlap, but here in the real world, that's not always the case.

For the show, the company dressed the new Sky Rider 2.0 in Ryanair colors, and that’s not a coincidence.

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Do certain cars in a roller coaster train give a better ride ? In its initial climb up the lift hill, a roller - coaster train builds up a reservoir of potential energy due to the downward pull of gravity. This sensation feels just like the pull of gravity, and the two forces -- gravity and acceleration -- combine in

Ignacio Ferrando got into a roller coaster with six Go Pro cameras. The cameras filmed a 360-degree view as the roller coaster zoomed through twists and loops. Then he inverted the resulting panorama into an spherical projection that makes it look as if you are leaving Earth.

Around the time that the first version of the saddle seats debuted, Ryanair CEO Michael O’Leary joked that he would consider having people fly standing up. But this was just another in a series of O’Leary’s headline grabbers. Ryanair has standard seats on planes, and has announced no plans to launch a stand-up saddle class.

Experts in aircraft seating give the SkyRider side-eye. Just for a start, there are questions of safety if passengers are standing up during an accident. Overhead bin space would get smaller, as regulations require vertical clearance between passengers’ heads and the hard surface above, in case of turbulence. And there’s no room for stowing personal items under the saddle seat.

Aviointeriors doesn’t spend all of its time re-designing a seat no one buys. They also make very comfortable economy, business, and first class aircraft seats for airlines. You know, just to keep the business going while they wait for the SkyRider to take off.

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It happens to the best of us.&nbsp;Suddenly your travel excitement is put on pause, and visions of cramped legs, a stiff neck, and the awkward armrest dance fill your mind.

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