There was a time, albeit a while ago, when VIP seating on a business aircraft was hardly luxurious. The seats typically could be likened to a stack of leather-covered boxes whose recline mechanism often as not didn’t function properly. Indeed, despite the aircraft’s impression of luxury, some of the seats within were regularly described as uncomfortable. But times have changed, and with them, business aircraft seating has evolved, driven by multiple factors, but nothing so much ...

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