Tired of struggling with tray tables on planes? Check out how one airline making easier for flyers to work and eat in flight. Asia Atlantic Airlines just introduced the innovative PED-friendly SmartTray's tables on its Boeing 767-300ER aircrafts.The SmartTray X1™are particulary useful for business travelers who work on board and anyone who totes their e-readers, iPads, tablets and Smartphones. They provide a welcome hands-free experience while freeing up much needed tray table space.
Bobby Haque, President of Asia Atlantic Airlines said: "We are always looking for ways to give our customers a better in-flight experience and are certain that they will appreciate the extra convenience and much needed space for other items purchased or brought onboard."
"We applaud Asia Atlantic Airlines' management in taking a leadership position in Asia to give its customers an innovative tray table that makes using PEDs hands-free possible, makes inflight time more productive for their business travelers, and frees up space for meals, beverages and other items at the same time," said Nick Pajic, president & CEO of SmartTray International.
Dretloh Aircraft Supply, Inc., based in Anaheim California, was selected by Asia Atlantic Airlines to refurbish seats and food tray tables on their Boeing 767-300ER airplanes. Randy Holte, the President of Dretloh, said: "We are very proud and excited to work with Asia Atlantic Airlines and SmartTray on this exciting launch. With more than 760 million people around the globe forecasted to own tablet devices by 2016, it is only a matter of time before all airlines recognize the needs of air travelers for a tray table that reflects the way people travel today."
In case you haven’t heard of it yet, Asia Atlantic Airlines is a chartered airline alliance between Japan's H.I.S. Group and Thailand's Baiyoke Group of Hotels that is strategically located in Bangkok. The carrier flies a fleet of Boeing 767-300ER aircrafts that serve passengers traveling between Thailand and Japan, through Suvarnabhumi International Airport, Tokyo (Narita), and Osaka (Kansai).