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In this Issue - November 2016

The November 2016 issue is now available online! Packed full of news, interviews and features, including:

 

3D PRINTING : The design and manufacturing possibilities offered by additive layer manufacturing are becoming well known, but the technology faces great challenges in the strict aviation industry. Let's explore if 3D printing really is the future of cabin design and production

 

FINNAIR : Finnair’s CEO, Pekka Vauramo, shares why experience and wise spending can be better for profits than constant cost cutting

 

LI-FI : The next big thing in inflight connectivity could be enabled by co-opting existing LED light sources to transmit data throughout the cabin

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In this Issue - SHOWCASE 2017

The Aircraft Interiors International Showcase 2016 issue is now available online! Packed full of news, interviews and features, including:

 

INDUSTRY INSIGHT : Strong growth and competition in premium classes are leading to exciting changes in the commercial aircraft seating industry

 

BOEING'S VIEWPOINT : Boeing puts the case forward for maintaining a relationship with the OEM during an aircraft’s lifecycle

 

PASSENGER EXPERIENCE : Iris recognition technology has the potential to further personalize the inflight experience. Could this herald a new golden age of air travel?

 

 

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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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Commencing operations is a huge task for an airline, but that didn't deter start-up Indian carrier Vistara from also taking the bold step of becoming the launch customer for an IFE system
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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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