seatback

Related to seatback: sit back

seat·back

also seat back  (sēt′băk′)
n.
The back of a chair or other type of seating.

seatback

(ˈsiːtˌbæk)
n
the back of a seat
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The automaker is recalling the vehicle to inspect the second-row left-side seatback frame, as inadequate weld penetration between the outboard pivot bracket and the pivot nut joint aggravates the risk of wounds during a crash.
Ford Motor Company is issuing a safety recall for approximately 117,000 Ford F-150, E-Series, Escape and Lincoln MKC vehicles to replace improperly tempered seat, seatback, seatbelt and/or seatbelt buckle attaching bolts.
As for in-flight entertainment, in addition to an agreement that movies and shows older than nine months after the effective date of the final rule would be covered, the ACCESS Advisory Committee established deadlines for airlines to ensure that any new seatback in-flight entertainment systems installed on new or existing aircraft are accessible.
A major focus of the new cabin will be keeping customers connected throughout their flight, including free gate-to-gate Fly-Fi high-speed Internet, a new Internet-enabled inflight entertainment system, high-definition seatback televisions, and in-seat power outlets with USB ports.
California-based airline Virgin America (NASDAQ: VA) will match all onboard donations made by guests on April 22 through April 30, 2016, via the airline's "Make a Difference" platform on its seatback entertainment system, the company said.
by Times News Service As part of the multi-year agreement, GEE will provide a full range of in-flight entertainment (IFE) content services, including movies, music, TV, games and magazines in cabin and seatback screens, as well as launch a passenger tablet system featuring the iPad.
Those old desks had iron legs, a fold-down seat, a seatback, and a desktop mounted behind the seatback.
Most everyone who's ever flown in the coach section of a domestic airliner is familiar with the situation: After takeoff the jerk in the seat in front of you slams his seatback into your space.
There's the promise of a greater multimedia experience whereby passengers will be able to make video calls to each other via seatback screens.
The Red* in-flight entertainment platform offers every traveler a seatback touch-screen with on-demand films, live and premium TV, interactive Google Maps, music videos, videogames, seat-to-seat chat, a 4,000 MP3 library and an on-demand menu [ETH] so guests can order a cocktail or meal from their seatback at any time during the flight Tue, Sep 10, 2013 AirGuideOnline ISSN 1544-3760
And if that load is long you can fold down the front passenger seatback to allow you to carry items which are up to 2.
And if that load is particularly long you can fold down the front passenger seatback to allow you to carry items which are up to 2.