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Testing the A350-1000’s cabin comfort

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Operating as closely as possible to a typical airline trip, Airbus' A350-1000 Early Long Flight put the aircraft's cabin comfort to the test ahead of the launch of the aircraft. Joined by company test engineers, nearly 290 Airbus employees evaluated everything from the IFE system to the lavatories on the 12-hour flight, while a Virgin Atlantic cabin crew provided in-flight service

22 May, 2017


City of the Air 1964

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This charming 1964 film from the Rank Organisation is a snapshot of the 'golden age' of air travel in the UK's Heathrow Airport. Nostalgia fans will love the BOAC and BEA airplanes

19 May, 2017


The Poise seat concept by Tangerine

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The Poise economy class seat concept came together in just eight weeks to showcase the benefits of close collaboration between designers and suppliers. Poise rethinks the structure of the economy class seat to create extra legroom for every person, irrespective of where their seat is positioned relative to the seat track

15 May, 2017


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United Polaris

United Airlines wanted the seemingly impossible for its new business class: greater sleep comfort and direct aisle access without losing seat density. Aircraft Interiors International attended the preview event of Polaris, one of the biggest business class seating projects ever, to get the full story

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Air China B747-8i

According to Chinese tradition, wherever the phoenix flies, the residents are blessed with peace and good fortune. Passengers on board Air China’s B747-8is will feel blessed as they
fly in cabins that blend Chinese art, tradition and folklore with an international feel

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Etihad's 787: a learning curve

Etihad Airways worked with Boeing to develop bold and decidedly non-catalog interiors for its Dreamliners. This landmark project even has benefits for other customers

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Virgin Atlantic Dreamliner

Virgin Atlantic has created a confident, sophisticated interior for its Boeing 787 Dreamliners, which puts the crew at the heart of the experience

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China Airlines B777-300ER

The world is being introduced to China Airlines' beautiful B777-300ER at Paris Air Show this week. Join us for a look inside this captivating aircraft

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JetBlue Mint

Not only does US domestic carrier JetBlue's new Mint class on its new A321 fleet include 12 lie-flat doubles that are the longest and widest in the US market, it also offers four private suites – a first in the domestic US market

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Lufthansa Premium Economy

Introducing Lufthansa's first new class development in 35 years: the thoroughly engineered and thoroughly German premium economy class

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South African Airways A320

South African Airways’ new A320 interiors mark the beginning
of a fleet-wide revamp that brings together the entire continent

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Etihad A380

In its quest to create the world’s finest commercial aviation experience, Etihad has pioneered many aviation firsts in its A380, including the offer of two tiers of first class

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British Airways A380 and 787

As A380s and B787s join the British Airways fleet, the new interiors focus on quality and consistency, upon which the brand can build its future

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Thai Smile A320-200

Creating an entire low-cost airline brand, from concept to delivery, in less than a year is a serious challenge, but Thai Airways achieved just that with a Smile, launched in 2012

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Qatar 787 Dreamliner

This two-class 787 interior is not just a new flagship for Qatar Airways and one of the most individual Dreamliner interiors to date – it forms the blueprint for the rest of Qatar’s fleet

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Singapore Airlines 777-300ER

One of the world’s best carriers just got even better, as Singapore Airlines reveals its latest generation of cabins to the world

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Iberia A330-300

Iberia is truly becoming a flag carrier for Spain to be proud of, with a subtle yet deep redesign of the whole travel experience under way

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TAM 777-300ER

Contemporary Brazilian residences, the fashion industry and Copacabana beach were key inspirations for TAM’s ‘home from home’ interior, but could its life be limited?

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The new American

With a historic merger in the pipeline, American Airlines may become not just the world’s biggest airline, but potentially the best as it implements an ambitious interiors plan across eight aircraft types

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JAL New Sky 777

Welcome to the new JAL, a leaner airline with an ambitious plan for its 777 fleet, which will see dramatic improvements for every class of travel

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Malaysia Airlines A380

Designing an A380 interior is full of temptations. What to do with the space? A bar? Shops? Showers? Malaysia eschewed such headline grabbers in favour of creating what it believes to be the ultimate customer experience

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Virgin Atlantic A330 Upper Class

Virgin Atlantic’s latest Upper Class cabin may be evolution rather than revolution, but its all-new design is the product of a 4.5-year mission to increase revenue potential while enhancing the passenger experience

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JAL 787 Dreamliner

Japan Airlines’ 787 Dreamliner interior is designed to give a taste of Japanese hospitality, and the chance to experience its changing seasons

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Air France upgraded A380

There is no shabby chic aboard Air France’s newest A380s, as they have been treated to the latest in high-class accoutrements

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Hong Kong Airlines Club Class

Hong Kong Airlines introduced a Club Class service in spring 2012 – a bold move given previous all-business failures

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Brussels Airlines A330s

2012 saw Brussels Airlines begin upgrading the cabins of its wide-body fleet as it aims to become ‘best-in-class’ on routes to Africa and New York

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Cathay Pacific business class

2011 saw Cathay Pacific flip the traditional herringbone business-class format on its head to redress passenger concerns regarding seat width and privacy

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Lufthansa B747-400 first class

Lufthansa’s Boeing 747-400 upper deck cabin offers first-class passengers their own full-length bed alongside each seat – with just eight seats in total

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Southwest Airlines 'green plane'

Southwest's lighter, high-tech interior, introduced in 2011, could set new sustainability standards for the cabin

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Thai Airways B747-400

In 2011 THAI began investing in new seating and IFE across its 747 fleet to ensure it will better match the inflight product available on its new A380s

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China Southern A380

China’s first A380 may not be the most luxurious or imaginative, but it nevertheless marks the beginning of an important chapter in aviation

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ANA Boeing 787 Dreamliner

Step on board ANA's B787, launched in September 2011

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Korean Air A380

When Korean Air unveiled its A380 in 2011, it was the roomiest configuration yet – with its spacious layout complemented by headline-grabbing lounges and even a duty-free area

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Virgin Australia

When Virgin Blue rebranded as Virgin Australia in 2011, its latest aircraft featured new business and economy seats designed to add a contemporary feel to the cabin

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Supersonic passenger flight is on the brink of a rebirth. Air travel has evolved massively since Concorde’s day, so what will the world’s fastest and most expensive passenger experience bring?
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Human-machine interface technology is advancing to be more intuitive and to integrate seamlessly into overall cabin concepts in order to to meet the changing demands of aircraft interior design  
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APEX is embracing the digital content ecosystem as it adopts DECE’s Common Format as ‘the single deliverable format for all IFEC uses’
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United Airlines wanted the seemingly impossible for its new business class: greater sleep comfort and direct aisle access without losing seat density. Aircraft Interiors International attended the preview event of Polaris, one of the biggest business class seating projects ever, to get the full story
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A single inflight wi-fi access point might need to connect to more than 100 client devices, ranging from first-generation smart phones to the latest two stream 802.11ac laptops and tablets. Let's consider the importance of successful and reliable connections, and network security
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