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The August/September 2023 issue of Aircraft Interiors International is out!

Highlights of the August/September 2023 issue include a deep dive into how metadata will transform IFE content; how greater cabin density equates to greater sustainability (or doesn’t); a review of the latest aircraft seating designs; a preview of APEX Global Expo in Long Beach; and an introduction to the APEX Greener programme for easier sustainable choices

Airline News

Could Qantas research help prevent jetlag?

Australian airline Qantas and the University of Sydney’s Charles Perkins Centre have been collaborating on a research project that is looking into how the inflight travel experience can be altered to reduce the effects of jetlag. Selected findings have now been shared

Aircraft Seating The Qantas A50 Wellness zone, with padded vertical surfaces and screens showing stretching exercises

Qantas reveals A350 exercise zone, premium economy and economy cabins

Following the reveal of its Airbus A350 First and Business cabins in February, Qantas has now unveiled the entire cabin design, including a dedicated Wellbeing Zone, and the premium economy and economy cabins. The interiors have required a special design, as these 12 ultra-long-haul A350-1000s will fly 238 passengers for up to 22 hours nonstop

Aircraft Seating A female passenger looking out of the airplane window, with a view of London superimposed by a screen

Airspace Cabin Vision 2035+

Join Airbus to explore its Airspace Cabin Vision 2035 plus, a concept to inspire the future travel experience. With a focus on minimising weight and maximising sustainability, innovations include bionic design, recycled polymers, knitted fabrics, interactive windows, biobased fabrics, greener lavatories, and new ideas for galleys

Aircraft Safety

2023 Crystal Cabin Awards: the winners are announced!

The Crystal Cabin Awards are the world’s most respected prize for aircraft cabin innovation. This year’s winners bring benefits for the airline passenger of today and tomorrow, with everything from beds in economy class, internet for budget airlines, and sustainability ideas to benefit the whole world

Aircraft Seating

Say aloha to Hawaiian Airlines’ Boeing 787 cabins

In November, Hawaiian Airlines is scheduled to receive the first of its 12 Boeing 787-9 Dreamliners on order, and the interiors look a little special. With its customers travelling primarily for leisure, the airline has opted for a holiday feel, working with Teague to create cabin designs inspired by early Polynesian navigators

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