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MONTREAL, CANADA - Canada's Montreal-based charter airline Nolinor Aviation is fitting a Boeing 737-400 with the lightest aircraft seat in the world. Made by the French seat maker Expliseat, the TiSeat E2 is 40 percent lighter than any other seat in the market.

The seat selected by Nolinor is the latest TiSeat E2 made by Expliseat. TiSeat E2 offers optimal transport efficiency by reducing the total weight of Nolinor’s aircraft by 1.1 tons while keeping exceptionally comfortable seats with no comprise. The seat is equipped with 4.5” recline and foam combinations for flights up to seven hours. Thanks to its ultralight and long-lasting seat structure in titanium and carbon fiber, TiSeat E2 is offering the best performances in terms of comfort, aesthetics, and ergonomics.

“For our new fleet of Boeing 737-400, we needed to give a fresh look to the interior of our aircraft while also improving performance. The solution put forward by Expliseat is perfect for us,” 

said Marco Prud’Homme, president of Nolinor Aviation.

The massive weight saving offered by TiSeat E2 is allowing Nolinor to modernize its fleet while increasing its competitiveness. First, it facilitates operation on destinations where Nolinor is benefiting from additional aircraft performance or gain 1.1 tons of payload. Second, it allows Nolinor to expand its commercial offer with new comfortable seats and lighter fleet that offer the best passenger experience and optimal aircraft efficiency with more range, less fuel as well as fewer carbon emissions.

“Our market shares in Canada are rapidly growing with more than 3,000 TiSeat flying on Dash 8, ATR and Boeing 737 aircraft. We are delighted to have Nolinor flying with our seats on the Boeing 737 aircraft. It demonstrates how our lightweight technology is a key asset for airlines in Canada to improve their operations while decreasing their CO2 emissions,” 

said Benjamin Saada, chief executive officer of Expliseat.

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