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Crown Airlines undertakes cabin refurbishments

Libyan startup carrier, Crown Airlines, has been working with J&C Aero, an aviation design and production company, on cabin refurbishments, fitting premium economy cabins, and aircraft branding support for its first two Airbus A320s

Aircraft Safety

The November 2022 issue of Aircraft Interiors International is out!

Sustainability is the theme of the November 2022 issue of Aircraft Interiors International. For our cover story we spoke to Boeing, Airbus and some of the world’s biggest names in cabin sector to find out how to create a truly sustainable supply chain. Throughout the issue, from trim & finish, to lavatories and lighting, we found there are new sustainable options available

Aircraft Seating

The biggest-ever cabin retrofit programme is underway

Emirates has begun its massive US$2 billion, two-year cabin retrofit programme of 120 aircraft. Following months of meticulous planning, and months of detailed test runs on an actual A380 aircraft, the engineering teams are now upgrading an A380 (A6-EVM) at the Emirates Engineering Centre

Cabin Design

Shape-shifting cabin concept revealed

F/List has developed Shapeshifter, a cabin technology concept that uses actuators, pneumatic elements and other mechanical systems to morph cabin items for optimised cabin space, multiple functions, and passenger interactions. The concept brings cabin components to life

Aircraft Safety

Got a good idea? Enter the 2023 Crystal Cabin Awards

The Crystal Cabin Awards are the world’s most prestigious accolades for innovation in aircraft cabins and passenger comfort. The submissions stage is now open for the 2023 Awards, with eight categories to cover any innovation, whether you are an aviation company, design studio, airline or student

Cabin Design

EASA awards AES with STC for forward closets on B737 NG

Aerospace Engineering Solutions has received an STC from EASA for the installation of forward cabin closets on Boeing B737-800 aircraft. The modification sees seat track-mounted underbin coat stowages installed to the forward left- and right-hand cabin area

Aircraft Safety

The September 2022 issue of Aircraft Interiors International is out!

The September 2022 issue of Aircraft Interiors International is a must-read, with insight into new systems that integrate IFE and connectivity on a single Digital Experience Platform, a look into the trend for simplified business-class seating, an interview with Air New Zealand’s Kerry Reeves, our annual seating review, and more

Aircraft Seating

Air New Zealand’s Skynest economy bunk beds

A small space but a big advance: Economy Skynest is a major moment in cabin design. Get a feel for the bunk beds coming to economy class in Air New Zealand’s Boeing 787-9 Dreamliners from 2024, serving ultra-long-haul routes such as Auckland to New York

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