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A triumphant return for Aircraft Interiors Expo

14-16 June 2022 saw more than 12,000 professionals from the cabin interiors industry pass through the doors of Hamburg Messe to celebrate the return of Aircraft Interiors Expo (AIX) – the first in-person AIX since the Covid-19 pandemic

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May/June 2022: FlyZero, bunk seating, antennas and more

The May/June 2022 issue of Aircraft Interiors International is a must-read for professionals in the cabin, IFEC and passenger experience sectors. Here’s what you can enjoy in the magazine, which is Official Magazine of APEX, and Key Media Partner of Aircraft Interiors Expo

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Pexco Aerospace working to bring AirShield to market

Pexco Aerospace has acquired manufacturing rights from Teague, to develop its AirShield cabin airflow system from concept to production-readiness. Pexco has been developing AirShield into an airworthy air management system, and expects it to be certified by the FAA by July 2022

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Crystal Cabin Awards 2022: the finalists

We are a step closer to finding out which recent aircraft cabin innovations will win the 2022 Crystal Cabin Awards. The shortlist included many fantastic contenders, but following the first official round of voting, 24 finalists have been put through to the final round. Did your favourite make it through?

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The Passenger Experience Conference returns

On Monday 13th June, the Passenger Experience Conference returns to Hamburg as an in-person event, with a focus on ways to help the aviation industry recover. The event will include talks from key industry professionals, including representatives from Air France, TAP Portugal, Virgin Atlantic, Finnair, Collins, Boeing and Safran Cabin

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The Crystal Cabin Awards 2022 shortlist is revealed

The Crystal Cabin Award, the foremost international prize for innovation in the aircraft cabin, is returning as an in-person event in 2022. The high-calibre judging panel has some tough work ahead to assess the shortlist of innovations, with key themes being sustainability, digitalisation and flexibility

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“Enormous opportunities” identified for the changing aviation industry

A report published by Cranfield University and Inmarsat explores 21 cutting-edge concepts, such as conscious aircraft and the ‘connected journey’, which can help aviation address changes to passenger expectations and climate concerns. The report highlights “enormous opportunities” that can be exploited from these transformative changes for the aviation industry

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