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Aircraft Safety the cabin interiors of a business jet, with leather seating and a wood dining table

3D-printing materials pass NIAR’s flammability tests

A 3D-printing technology company has reported that its thermoset polyurethanes have passed 14 CFR vertical burn tests, demonstrating compliance with anti-flammability standards for airworthiness. The materials can now be used for 3D-printing parts including stowage compartments, decorative panels, ductwork, cargo liners, fabric sealing and more

Aircraft Safety

Sekisui Kydex achieves AS9100:D certification

Sekisui Kydex has been awarded AS9100:D certification, an industry-recognised set of standards for quality assurance and risk management that applies to organisations involved with design, development, production, installation and servicing in the aviation sector

Aircraft Seating

First retrofitted Emirates A380 enters service

The first landmark has been reached in Emirates’ US$2 billion aircraft interiors retrofit programme, the largest known aircraft refurbishment programme in aviation history, with the first of its refurbished A380s returned into service

Airframer News

Iberia’s new A350 brings in a new standard

In 2018 Iberia became the first airline to fly a A350 with a new production standard (NPS), and the airline has done it again with the debut of its A350 with the latest NPS that includes cabin and operational efficiency improvements

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