Airbus and Ruag extend A320 structures deal

Airbus and Ruag Aerostructures have confirmed plans for an extended cooperation, which will see Ruag manufacture and supply fuselage structures, flooring and side shells for the Airbus A320 family


The importance of haptic quality

Aircraft interior designers need to appeal more to passengers’ sense of touch in order to get that all-important edge on the competition. We asked a panel of experts to share how they feel about the importance of tactility, and its application in the cabin

a flybe Embraer e175 aircraft in flight

How do you solve a problem like Flybe?

One of the biggest airline news stories this week concerns UK-based regional airline, Flybe. A rescue deal is being thrashed out, with ideas including Flybe’s owners injecting funds and a potential deferment of air passenger duty payments. Here’s what two industry experts have to say about the Flybe crisis…