The June 2021 issue of Aircraft Interiors International is a must-read for aviation professionals and enthusiasts. With topics ranging from seating to connectivity, hygiene to cost and weight efficiencies, and with expert insights throughout, the June issue is essential reading for everyone in the airline and aviation sectors looking for new ways to accelerate recovery.
Cabin expert John Tighe explores why aligning corporate and customer cultures through common experiences could aid the recovery process for airlines and aviation, with benefits for
efficiency, satisfaction, and the bottom line
Passengers’ desire for inflight internet access has never been greater. John Walton discusses how investments in satellites are enabling step-changes in how (and where) passengers can use inflight connectivity, and enjoy a true at-home broadband experience in the cabin
The most recent seat launches and innovations can deliver any combination of reduced expenditure or emissions, enhanced passenger comfort or isolation, to meet the evolving needs of airlines. Find out what the latest seat models can deliver…
Innovations in seat cover design can yield many benefits for airlines and passengers, from weight and cost reductions, to hygiene and comfort enhancements. These new covers are worth considering for upcoming cabin projects
With reduced entry costs, now could be a great opportunity for start-up airlines to fill lost routes and meet growing passenger demand. These 50 start-ups could be worth pitching for interiors products and services contracts…
Cabin design needs deeper meaning, says Adam White, director of Factorydesign. The next generation of passengers will want a sense of the very essence of the carrier, together with genuine attention to sustainability and industrial design