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The future of inflight magazines

Airlines will have to address passengers’ fears of contamination in the cabin when commercial flying resumes. This work should include updating their amenities and inflight offerings and considering the seatback pocket and inflight magazines

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2020’s hot IFEC technologies

A major part of Aircraft Interiors Expo is the inflight entertainment and connectivity zone. Take a look at the essential IFEC reveals we are missing at the 2020 show…

Cabin Design

The latest fasteners

Fasteners are a crucial part of any aircraft cabin completion project. For 2020 the interiors sector can look forward to the introduction of new models…

Aircraft Seating

In-seat power advances for 2020

In-seat power is becoming a passenger expectation. Take a look at the latest electronics that can keep passenger devices working throughout a flight, enabling them to work, communicate and access wireless IFE

Cabin Design

The latest cabin design enhancements

From monuments to reading lights, Aircraft Interiors Expo 2020 would have introduced many innovative ideas, designs and space-efficient hardware to enhance the aircraft cabin environment. Let’s take a look at some of these great ideas from the comfort of our own homes…

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2020’s big aircraft cabin materials launches

The world of aircraft cabin materials is ever-evolving, creating highly technical products that offer beauty and design freedom, all while complying with stringent aerospace regulations. The latest developments could enhance your next cabin design project…

Aircraft Seating

2020’s major seating launches

There’s no substitute for trying out a seat in person, but with the postponement of Aircraft Interiors Expo in Hamburg, this is a little more difficult. However, this guide to the latest seats that would have launched at Hamburg can help inspire your plans for the resurgence of flying

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Blended Wing Body cabin design insights

As Airbus brings back the idea of Blended Wing Body commercial aircraft, let’s go back to 2004 when Werner Granzeier from Hamburg University of Applied Sciences shared some real insights into the cabins enable designers to think ‘outside of the tube’

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