The March 2021 issue is a must-read for aerospace professionals and enthusiasts. While aviation traffic has endured a slowdown, the passenger experience sector has been accelerating its research and innovation. From the major motion picture studios adopting new thinking for IFE content delivery, to cabin materials and hygiene innovation, to the impressive aerospace developments underway in East and Southeast Asia, there is impressive activity happening right across the aircraft interiors sector.
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The Hollywood studios are embracing direct-to-consumer (D2C) distribution, a trend that is shaking up the IFE sector. Will airlines soon simply provide the connectivity pipe, while passengers create personal onboard premieres through D2C subscriptions? Michael Childers explores the next steps for IFE in this blockbuster feature
Product innovation and new ways of working are driving efficiency, diversification and recovery in the cabin thermoplastics industry. John Walton discovers the exciting innovations underway at the major players
The UK’s withdrawal from the EU means new trading rules for UK & Northern Irish interiors companies. Business experts give their views on how they think Brexit will influence their work and the overall cabin sector
Heightened passenger expectations for cabin hygiene are putting increased pressure on airlines to perform swift and thorough cleaning in tight turnarounds. The latest innovations can help boost efficiency – and passenger confidence
East and Southeast Asia are leading the way in the recovery of post-Covid air travel. The impressive recovery isn’t just due to the region’s effective responses to the pandemic: its aviation and aircraft interiors sectors are growing in strength
Malaysia Airlines’ group chief customer experience officer, Yin May Lau, discusses market trends, recovery, and the airline’s approach to cabin strategy in the time of Covid-19. Suppliers note: the airline is planning to replace its cabin hardware
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