Normally passengers lean the seat backward to take a nap. I personally feel at times, uncomfortable in such position and prefer to lean forward. I wish to use the hinged tray mounted on rear of the seat in front of mine to rest my head. But there are two problems, (1) the tray supports & the tray itself
are sometimes weak & may get broken, (2) the existing height of tray relative to my seat requires that I stretch my body, causing discomfort.
To overcome these problems, I propose to provide the following : (1) stronger tray supports (2) arrangement to adjust height of tray relative to seat.
This would not only help lean forward & have sound sleep without stiff neck but also increase individuals comfort during taking meals or using laptop or doing writing work.-- vedarshi,
Dec 18 2006
You should also be able to detach the cushion from your headrest and stick it on to the table with little velcro tabs.-- hippo,
Dec 18 2006
I learnt to sleep on flights with my head on the meal-tray aboard an American Airlines flight.
Big people = big space between seats = space to stick my head.
The next flight I caught was on Japan Airlines. I'm sure all the other passengers either had a good giggle at the strange white dude banging his head on the headrest of the seat in front, or though I had taken leave of my senses. [+]-- m_Al_com,
Dec 19 2006