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Love Exploring Logo By Daniel Coughlin of Love Exploring | Slide 2 of 49: Cabin layout on airplanes has always been about maximizing space and one of the winning innovations at this year's Crystal Cabin Awards suggests replacing the middle aisle with a series of desks in a coffee shop-style setting, offering more space for passengers to work or study while flying. The Coffee House Cabin concept from the University of Cincinnati sits four passengers at each table and all seats rotate towards the front during take-off and landing, while the table wings fold down for safety.

Airplane cabin layout will change

Cabin layout on airplanes has always been about maximizing space and one of the winning innovations at this year's Crystal Cabin Awards suggests replacing the middle aisle with a series of desks in a coffee shop-style setting, offering more space for passengers to work or study while flying. The Coffee House Cabin concept from the University of Cincinnati sits four passengers at each table and all seats rotate towards the front during take-off and landing, while the table wings fold down for safety.

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