Foam Components

2014 marked what was potentially the most significant product development since Sabeti Wain Aerospace was established - the move into foam seat base components. This expanded the company's scope from designing and producing only seat covers, to encompass all soft elements - including precision-shaped seat bases, backrests, headrests, leg rests and other items. The new facility at Leighton Buzzard, uses a range of safety-approved foam materials, combined with sophisticated cutting and assembly techniques.

The move offers advantages to both seating contractors and to airlines themselves. Having a single specialist supplier for all foam components ensures a perfect match between the cover and the seat every time.With both elements being produced in tandem, there is potential for exciting design innovation, paving the way for better-fitted, smarter interiors for airlines operators - and enhanced comfort for passengers and crew.

Emirates Business Class Boeing 777-300ER

With a Sabeti Wain Aerospace designed and produced back foam the dress cover is able to sit tightly within the side bolsters while still being fully removable, perfectly demonstrating the advantages of a single specialist supplier for foam components and seat dress covers.

Swiss Air First Class Boeing 777

Showcasing Sabeti Wain Aerospace manufactured bolster foams and structural pieces created at the Leighton Buzzard facility, each piece seamlessly fitting into place, perfectly complementing the crisp lines within the dress cover also manufactured by Sabeti Wain Aerospace at the High Wycombe facility.

FREE Design Workshops

Sabeti Wain Aerospace offer FREE design workshops, making the vision a reality though engineering, partnership and collaboration.


Sabeti Wain Aerospace uses ergonomics in every aspect of product design and development. With over 30 years experience within the industry, custom methods have been developed to optimise long-term durability and comfort within all products, incorporating the use of new technology such as pressure mapping.