March 3 2022  |  Seating

Mirus Hawk seat available for 737

By Jayson Koblun

The seat features the Mirus mechanical recline system, extending tray table and choice of lower literature pockets

Mirus Aircraft Seating has launched its latest version of the Hawk economy seat, making the seat available for use on 737 aircraft for the first time.

A March 3 press release said the new generation Hawk seat builds on the industrial-designed look and living space that underpin Mirus’ products.

“It now doubles the range of aircraft types the seat is certified and available for. Designed at Mirus’ Norfolk HQ, the Hawk seat will be applicable for both 737 and A320 family aircraft and is certified for multiple aisle widths, providing greater choice for airline customers,” said the release.

The Hawk is an ergonomically sculptured seat, designed to offer maximum leg room and tailored comfort options to enhance and optimize the passenger experience. The seat features the Mirus mechanical recline system, extending tray table and choice of lower literature pockets.

"Further customization options include a range of sustainable seat cover materials, USB charging points for passenger convenience, and a built-in Personal Electronic Device holder,” said the release.

“Our next generation of the Hawk seat will double our market range as we’ve tailored the design to make it available for the 737 family, to serve alongside the existing A320 family offering. We are attracting commercial airline clients seeking a dynamic mix of light weight, stylish design, and modern in-seat features whilst also being sustainable,” said Ben McGuire, CEO of Mirus.

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