STELIA Aerospace is pleased to announce the launch of its new Business Class passenger seat ‘OPERA’, specifically designed for single-aisle aircraft.
This new “Full Flat, Full Access, Full Privacy” Business Class seat offers the highest standard wide-body comfort on single-aisle, with:
- The widest full-flat bed available on single-aisle, with ample foot space for unrivalled sleeping comfort;
- An extra-large 20” monitor screen;
- Increased privacy with a fully integrated door;
- Extra stowage capacity: a closed amenity stowage and a laptop stowage zone;
- A large and stable meal table, stowed under the cocktail table.
Other features include adjustable armrests and ambient light, while ‘OPERA’ boasts a simplified design, for weight and cost optimisation as well as easy installation and wiring of screens.
Particular attention has been given to the interior trimmings of each seat with soft and warm materials, smooth mechanism and smart ergonomics, for a tailored and interactive passenger experience.
Thierry KANENGIESER, VP Cabin Interior, STELIA Aerospace, said: “With ‘OPERA’, airlines operating single-aisles on transcontinental routes can offer their customers the outstanding level of comfort they can find on wide-bodies. Combining design and efficiency, this brand new seat is a major step forward for our industry, creating an enhanced passenger experience and high added value for airlines”.
About STELIA Aerospace:
With a turnover of 2.4 billion euros and 7,500 employees worldwide at the end of 2019 (in France, North America, Tunisia, Morocco and Portugal), STELIA Aerospace is one of the world leaders in the field of aerostructures, pilot seats and Business Class and First Class passenger seats.
STELIA Aerospace designs and manufactures the front fuselage sections for the entire Airbus family, as well as fuselage sections and specific sub-assemblies for Airbus, fully equipped wings for ATR, fully equipped central fuselages for Bombardier’s Global 7500, and complex metallic and composite aerostructure parts for Boeing, Bombardier, Embraer, Northrop-Grumman…