The cabinBART system is a trash bag designed for all stages of flight and uses by travellers – airsickness, reusable items and trash. Its slim structure allows for convenient storage in the seatback pockets and its versatility fills a need that regular airsickness bags cannot. It has a special cardboard part integrated on its back, which allows passengers to attach it to the front seat in several positions, without restricting the passenger’s movements or activities.
As the seat pitch decreases in airlines, an ingenious way of rethinking storage of trash. Surely the airlines aren’t, so someone other than them has to.
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