Acro seating got another win in selling seats to airlines – this time with Titan Airways
Titan has completed a fit-out of 44 Acro Series 7 Regional Business Cass seats on two of their Airbus A321 family aircraft. These are pitched at a very generous 44″ (which is pretty reasonable for a business class seat).
These are supplemented by Acro Series 3 seats in a Six-Abreast Configuration, pitched at 29″. Whilst this can be seen as a little tight in economy class, this seat tries to give you as much room as it can – and indeed it does work rather well (I’ve sat in a variant of this aboard Aer Lingus Regional and their ATR76-600, which has this configuration). The seat is also used by a number of carriers (such as Frontier, Jet2 and so on)
The Acro Series 7 seats offer features including in-seat USB power movable headrests, leg and footrests, whilst the Series 3 offers a basic and comfortable travel experience.
The Titan A320/A321 fleet is now fitted with Acro Seating throughout.
Titan Airways is a name that some might know – mainly due to their charter, AMCI operations and short terms leases.
In many cases, they offer extra lift to airlines when their own fleet is a bit short, or offer charter services to sporting teams
It’s good to see companies like Acro Seating grow – with their popular Series 3 seat a hit with Low-Cost Carriers. As the company is to seeking to sell more premium products, the small wins like this are a good start – and a chance for the larger airlines to test a product in-situ.
Even if they have to lease a plane to find out if its right for them.
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