[NEWS ARTICLE] The Motley Fool, Mark Lin, 13 November 2013:

As Boeing (NYSE: BA) and Airbus bicker over the right seat width for airplanes, shares of the company that actually makes those seats may be poised for extremely comfortable returns.

Airbus proposes minimum seat width of 18 inches for economy cabin seats on long-haul flights, while Boeing thinks airlines, not aircraft manufacturers, should make that decision. As airlines strive to balance passenger comfort and cost efficiency, B/E Aerospace (NASDAQ:BEAV) , the world’s largest maker of aircraft cabin interior products for commercial airliners, could benefit most from this ongoing debate, having landed a few big recent deals with airlines and jet manufacturers alike. Read more here