One of the things that really struck me in moving over here was the whole low cost travel thing – you know the pay £20 to fight the hoards to get to a(n unallocated) seat only to find no room in the overhead compartments and a simply foul cup of coffee costs you an arm and a leg.
Bloody bonkas, I remember thinking, who would actually do this?
It would seem quite a lot (including me on the odd occasion).
But I’ve seen everything now…
Called The Skyrider, one literally ‘saddles up’ for the duration of their inflight tenancy and enjoys just 23 inches of legroom – 7 inches LESS legroom than the average aircraft seat offers. That’s shorter than 2 normal-sized rulers!
And apparently there’s storage space….baaahaahaaa!
But I laughed the loudest at the quote from the manufacturer, Avio Interiors Group:
The seat…is like a saddle. Cowboys ride eight hours on their horses during the day and still feel comfortable in the saddle.
Yeah right! I usually leave my chaps and spurs at home and anyway, have you seen the way those cowboys walk?
Here’s what some others had to say…
Never say never…but really, would you pay for this?