The November 2019 issue of Aircraft Interiors International is now available online! Packed full of news, interviews and features, including:
- UPFRONT: The latest ideas, designs and innovations in the passenger experience sector, including Taiwanese startup Starlux Airlines, JetBlue’s new A321 schemes and idea for an amazing inflight experience that could make IFE redundant
- ACCESSIBILITY: Airlines, airports and the aircraft interiors industry must all put serious effort into providing better assistance for passengers with disabilities. If they don’t make changes, legislators may be forced to compel them to do so…
- FLAMMABILITY TESTING: Significant reform of fire testing processes could be on the horizon, but could this reform have an adverse effect on fire safety in the cabin?
- IN FOCUS: VIRGIN ATLANTIC’S A350-1000
Take a deep dive into Red Velvet, the launch A350 for Virgin Atlantic, which takes the airline’s cabin designs in a new direction
- INTERVIEW: VIRGIN ATLANTIC’S VP OF CUSTOMER EXPERIENCE
Virgin Atlantic’s Daniel Kerzner discusses everything from changing passenger tastes and demographics, to staying ahead of the technology curve, to innovation safaris
- CONFIGURATION INNOVATION: A modular seating arrangement has been developed that is claimed to be the most space-efficient way to enable flat beds in both wide-body and narrow-body airliners, while also improving living space. Is Airgo’s Galaxy out of this world?
- CABIN LIGHTING FOCUS: With the right technology and application, lighting is a relatively simple way to create a real ‘wow’ effect in the cabin. These ideas, technologies and concepts could help inspire some bright ideas…
- THE FLYING-V CONCEPT: TU Delft, Airbus and KLM have collaborated to create the Flying-V concept for a highly efficient aircraft with a rather different passenger experience. Is a V the shape of things to come?
- ANNUAL CMF FOCUS : From flooring to seating upholstery, trim and finish to trends, this review of the latest materials has the cabin covered
- CMF TRENDS: A cabin scheme designed today needs to look great for at least the next five years. Our panel of design experts share their observations on colour, material and finish trends from this year’s furniture, design and automotive shows, which should influence trim and finish schemes