Prepare for aviation’s recovery! When the pent-up demand for flights is released, airlines need to be ready to respond. From cost-effective tweaks of the passenger experience, to hygiene measures and materials advances, our November issue explores how to meet and exceed changing passenger needs and expectations.
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THE GREAT AVIATION RESET?
The Covid-19 crisis has had a huge impact on aviation, and on passenger needs and expectations. As vaccines appear on the horizon and aviation prepares for recovery, we explore the changes to the passenger experience that could help accelerate the pace of demand
HOPE FOR BUSINESS CLASS
The pandemic has accelerated the trend of remote working, which may result in changing demand for business travel, and changing requirements for those lucrative flyers. However, if the aviation industry adapts, these changes could be positive for the business class sector…
CABIN MATERIALS CERTIFICATION
Covid-19 has highlighted the need for airlines to respond quickly to changing circumstances, implementing new products that can ensure operations continue and help them work towards recovery. The solution may lie in updates to the certification process, and the simplification of standards and regulations
CABIN LIGHTING FOCUS
Raised hygiene expectations have made lighting systems an even more important part of the part of the passenger experience. Scientists have adapted cabin lighting systems to become Covid killers, as well as a way of reducing inflight stress
PREPARE YOUR CABIN CMF FOR NEW PASSENGER TASTES
Colour, finish and materials experts from around the world consider what passengers will want from cabin schemes as travel demand returns
THE LATEST CABIN MATERIALS
As passengers return to the skies, the materials they interact with in the cabin will be under an unprecedented level of scrutiny. With recent advances in materials science, hygiene expectations can be met and even surpassed