At the annual Famborough Airshow in the UK, Swiss Air’s Bombardier C-Series CS-100 wowed travelers with its offering of wider seats.  A typical aircraft offers passengers 17 inch wide seats while the CS-100 gives aisle and window customers 18.5 inches and middle seat patrons 19 inches of comfort.

While this roomier aircraft holds 108 to 133 passengers, less than other airliners, it also gives its passengers taller lavatories and wider aisle space to ease the embarking and disembarking processes.

Although the Bombardier C-Series CS-100 is operated by Swiss Air, Delta airlines put an order in for 75 of these aircrafts earlier this year.