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Aircraft cabin materials flammability: expert insights

Following on from the fire safety testing feature in our November 2019 issue, Marisa Garcia investigates how regulations and challenges in the world of flammability tests are making imaginative textile and leather designs difficult to achieve – but also making them safer to fly

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Janet: the secret American airline you have never heard of

Every day in the USA, intriguing white and red planes allegedly fly between the McCarran International Airport in Las Vegas and Area 51. The aircraft belong to an airline that operates as ‘Janet’. This is what we know about the mysterious Janet…

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The changing food tastes of passengers

Monitoring and reacting to passengers’ changing tastes and preferences is essential for airlines seeking to offer a desirable inflight catering offer. Today’s food trends should influence tomorrow’s tray table offerings to ensure that catering services don’t disappoint. From moringa to quinoa, jackfruit to purple food, here are the food trends that airline caterers need to take notice of

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Galleys and innovation: the way forward

It’s time to put more care into the design of aircraft galley spaces. A current design project for the cabin interiors of the Airlander 10 show what is possible with a little imagination, and what airplane social areas could offer in the future

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IFE and the Cloud

New IFE delivery standards, and new opportunities to make those standards part of a larger ecosystem, are advancing file-based workflows, leading eventually to the Cloud

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Unisex aircraft cabin design

Males and females often like or need different things. But are these differences adequately catered for in unisex aircraft interior design? Aubrey Cohen investigates…

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