Recaro’s SL3710 Economy Class seat takes off on Cebu Pacific’s first A330neo

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CFM-WaveRecaro Aircraft Seating (Recaro) SL3710 is taking off on Cebu Pacific Air’s (Cebu Pacific) first A330neo. Through the end of 2025, a total of 16 A330neo aircraft will be delivered to the Philippines-based airline, with 459 pax of the SL3710 installed on each aircraft.

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The Cebu Pacific A330neo has a very unique layout with high density seating arrangement, which enables Cebu Pacific to serve nearly 500 Economy Class passengers each flight. Recaro collaborated closely with Cebu Pacific for this product launch. The Recaro SL3710 provides through the slim design and pre-recline more space, more freedom of movement and thus more comfort. The seat follows the successful SL3510 and is equipped with a USB charging outlets for each passenger to accommodate the use of using personal electronic devices onboard.

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“We are pleased to see our new SL3710 finally taking off on Cebu Pacific’s new A330neo aircraft,” said Dr. Mark Hiller, CEO and Shareholder at RECARO Aircraft Seating. “The ergonomically-designed seat not only enhances comfort but the lightweight structure also supports Cebu Pacific’s sustainability goals.”

“We are delighted to extend our partnership with Recaro to our new A330neo and have it subsequently rolled out on our new A320neo and A321neo aircraft”, said Mark Cezar, Deputy Chief Finance Officer at Cebu Pacific Air. “These Recaro seats enable us to ensure an overall positive inflight experience for our guests, while contributing to our position as the greenest airline in Asia.”

Cebu Pacific currently serves 33 domestic and 13 international destinations with its fleet of 74 aircraft. The Philippines-based airline has one of the world’s youngest fleets and has flown more than 180 million passengers since its founding in 1996.

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