Aircraft Interiors International Design Showcase 2022


The 2022 Aircraft Interiors International Showcase issue is now available online! This special annual issue is packed full of cabin ideas, designs, materials and technologies that can inspire future projects. The issue also has many insights to help guide aviation through its challenges of recovery and sustainability.

The aircraft interiors industry has suffered an extraordinary 20 months, but with recovery underway, where do we go from here? Experts from Tronos Aviation Consulting predict the way forward for the sector, and how it will grow


Researchers at Valour Consultancy consider industry recovery and what it means for the IFE, connectivity and content sectors



The team at CAPA – Centre for Aviation give an overview of the state of play of inflight connectivity coverage in the Asia Pacific region



2021 has been a brighter year for aviation. Let’s look back on how the industry’s recovery has been taking shape


Thoughts, inspiration, insights and design solutions for recovery, from the world’s leading aircraft interiors design houses…

TEAGUE: Restoring passenger confidence will be an important issue to solve in the near future,
but can designing for trust truly restore faith in safety and wellbeing? The design team consider confidence

PRIESTMANGOODE: From innovations that make flying more enjoyable for PRMs, to new airline projects, the studio is designing a future that is better for people, the planet and business

TANGERINE: For over 30 years the Tangerine studio has been using creative leaps to design innovative products, services and customer experiences that exceed expectations

SUPPLIER SHOWCASE: Innovations for building passenger confidence, industry recovery and sustainable operations

Materials, technologies, design innovation and ideas from the world’s leading aircraft interiors suppliers

RECARO AIRCRAFT SEATING: How the company has responded to changing customer needs with a flexible approach to customer service, sustainability and innovation

SEKISUI KYDEX: Custom translucents from Sekisui Kydex can be applied by aircraft interior designers to layer texture, colour and bespoke imagery for a richer, more sensorial experience onboard

AVIC CABIN SYSTEMS: Find out more about how ACS worked with Virgin Atlantic to create The Booth, an intimate social space for Upper Class passengers on A350 flights to holiday destinations

DIEHL AVIATION: Urban air mobility concepts such as eVTOLs, are becoming more important, with the market forecast for strong growth. Diehl has responded with some innovative designs

SIMONA BOLTARON: The thermoplastic sheet experts discuss the merits of digital design and thinking outside of the box when it comes to selecting aircraft cabin finishes

PERRONE AEROSPACE: Perrone Aerospace outlines 10 ways a business can benefit from partnering with a dedicated aviation performance leather and textile specialist

MIRUS AIRCRAFT SEATING: CEO Ben McGuire discusses the latest industry challenges and how the UK seating manufacturer is tackling them head-on

TELEDYNE: ACES is the first FAA-certified onboard monitoring solution developed to solve the complex issues of aircraft cabin smoke, odour and fume events

TAPIS: With the  lightweight and durable Promessa AV seat fabric from Tapis, airlines don’t have to sacrifice sustainability to achieve style and performance

AIRBASE UK INTERIORS: Discover how this interiors company is implementing process and design considerations to meet the needs of the ever-evolving world of aviation

ST ENGINEERING: With only the sky as the limit, ST Engineering has launched a series of cabin solutions to enable aircraft to fly with greater efficiency and safety

SATTERFIELD AEROSPACE: This manufacturer has identified the seven most critical design factors every engineer should consider before taking on any new project

STELIA AEROSPACE: The Opera seat has been further developed to create a range of high comfort, high-density seating for narrow- and widebody aircraft

Read the issue online HERE.

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Ever since his first flight on a TriStar, Adam has loved air travel, and since becoming editor of the Aircraft Interiors International brand he has really enjoyed the opportunity to be involved with the latest aircraft and airline products before they are even launched. Adam co-ordinates the running of the magazine, from commissioning articles and artwork, to ensuring that high standards of quality are maintained, as well as managing online content. Adam is proud to sit on the jury of the Crystal Cabin Awards and to have laid on the bed in Etihad's Residence.

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