Browsing: Airframer News

The organisers of Aircraft Interiors Expo (AIX) have released the seminar programme for CabinSpace Live 2024, a two-day event where industry experts from big players such as Airbus, Lufthansa Technik, Iberia, Hughes, TAP Airlines, and Recaro Aircraft Seating will share their experiences and insights for creating the cabin of tomorrow

Jekta, developer of the PHA-ZE 100 (Passenger Hydro Aircraft – Zero Emission 100) amphibious electric aircraft, has revealed the first interiors for its economy-class ‘Traveller’ and full-executive ‘Corporate’ cabin configurations for amphibious airframes

The May 2024 issue of Aircraft Interiors International is out! Highlights include LOPA planning, a look at evacuation safety post-JAL 516, sustainable cabin design, and preparing for A350 cabin retrofits. As Key Media Partner of Aircraft Interiors Expo, we also have an extensive preview of the many new launches due in Hamburg

Diehl Aviation has won the Interior category of this year’s Embraer Best Supplier Awards. The Brazilian aircraft manufacturer – a long-standing partner of Diehl – commended the company’s design innovation, usability and system architecture, as well as the quality of its products and the reliability of its supply chain

Fans of the ‘Jetliner Cabins: Evolution & Innovation’ book by Jennifer Coutts Clay book will be happy to hear that an extensively updated version has been released, with new case studies, 16 updated chapters, video clips, insights from specialists, in-depth guest essays, and 20 picture galleries

RedCabin, the organiser of worldwide global travel summits for the aviation, rail and automotive sectors, has announced the finalists in its inaugural RedCabin Trinity Awards. As well as trophies, RedCabin will provide the winners with the opportunity to collaborate with an airline on their winning innovation, and to help bolster its business case

Jamco America and Qantas are among the inaugural members of the Aviation Circularity Consortium, established to engage with airlines, regulators, OEMs and suppliers to drive circularity in supply chains. Qantas sees untapped potential in the high-value materials from retired aircraft that could be recycled and used to create parts in future aircraft cabins