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Avro is a complete, high-performance seating ecosystem designed to meet the evolving needs of the modern traveler.

Avro 4 Seater W Power

Avro tandem seats use the ingenious universal beam structure that allows all seat types to be easily and intuitively installed, removed or replaced.


Avro tandem seats are available in durable, wipe-clean polypropylene composite seating shells or upholstered pads. Avro recliners are upholstered. 

Multiple colors, updatable upholstery

With a core range of dark neutrals, as well as warmer tones and vibrant accents, Avro can be customized to suit the surrounding space. Fabrics are easy to remove and replace, so Avro’s upholstery can be readily updated if the seats become worn, or to simply enhance a new interior scheme. 


Thanks to the high-pressure injected polypropylene reinforced composite that forms Avro’s shell, all colors in the confident, sophisticated palette are UV-stable, and guaranteed to withstand even the highest-traffic zones. Avro is both built to last and engineered to adapt. 



Notable features

Designed to meet changing passenger needs and behaviors, Avro is the most versatile furniture ecosystem on the market today.
Thoughtful design, easy installation and effortless maintenance.
Easy-to-update outlets give passengers convenient access to safe power sources.
Available in a broad palette of colors and fabrics.
Avro’s production and distribution processes consider environmental responsibility, economy and efficiency

Approvals and Certifications

ISO 9001 / 14001
CAL 117


Shell: 3D Moulded / Reinforced Polypropylene Composite (RPC) / UV Stabilized
Beam: Extruded aluminum / Powder coated
Arms: Die-cast aluminum / Powder coated
Legs: Die-cast aluminum / Powder coated
Tables: Solid core with Fenix HPL top and bottom finish, standard in White, Grey, and Black.
Solid surface (Corian, Quartz, etc.) in Arconas’ standard finishes or custom materials.
21”tables replace a seat position. 9”tables can be added to the ends (5-seat unit maximum).

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