APEX editor’s blog reports a new aircraft seat rack for personal electronic devices (PEDs) will shortly make its debut on the world stage when multiple airlines roll out Italian supplier Geven’s new ‘Comoda’ business class seat for narrowbody aircraft.
New rack for personal electronic devices to debut with South African Airways, TransAsia
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