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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.
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.
The Desire Lines concept has been conceived to shape a new future for the aerospace industry – and for Zodiac Aerospace.
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.
Virgin Atlantic has created a confident, sophisticated interior for its Boeing 787 Dreamliners, which puts the crew at the heart of the experience.
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.
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.
Introducing Lufthansa’s first new class development in 35 years: the thoroughly engineered and thoroughly German premium economy class.