Passenger seat for the Fokker F.XII and F.XVIII, Studio Mutters, 1931 - 1933
This lightweight aluminium aeroplane seat was used on the Amsterdam–Batavia service from 1930. The Fokker aircrafts of the Koninklijke Luchtvaart Maatschappij (KLM), or Royal Dutch Airlines, could reach the capital of the former Dutch East Indies in about ten days. KLM was one of the very few companies to install modern tube-frame seats in its aeroplanes. The back and headrest were adjustable for improved comfort.