Airlines to fit Autostop passenger protection screens

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Seat cover manufacturer, Autostop Aviation, having been tasked by airline customers to design protective screens for passenger seats, has developed a solution. The company’s cabin solutions team and certification partners report that they have now successfully completed trials on several aircraft, and secured airline approvals.

Jon Robinson, CEO of Autostop Aviation commented,  “Our certification team has worked hard with airlines and regulatory bodies to find a solution for airline passengers’ well being in these challenging times. Passengers who need to travel and comply with government guidelines, can now be assured that airlines are doing everything to ensure a protective customer experience.”

Airlines wishing to fit this modification will need to send their LOPA details and seat part numbers for their aircraft to Autostop Aviation, and the company’s certification partners can then release the screens on an EASA Form 1 basis. The company will supply each airline with an EASA-approved SB & EASA Change Approval to permit approved installation to seats.

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