The March 2023 issue of Aircraft Interiors International is out!


The March 2023 issue of Aircraft Interiors International is a must-read for professionals in the cabin, IFEC and passenger experience sectors. Here’s what you can enjoy in the March issue of the magazine, which is Official Magazine of APEX, and Key Media Partner of Aircraft Interiors Expo.

Cover story: Sustainable seating design

Lightweight seating is nothing new, but to become truly sustainable seating it will require changes in mindset and engineering, and longer lifecycles. From new approaches to new materials, circular  processes to unexpected challenges, a panel of seating experts share their thoughts

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Interview: María Estela Espinoza

LATAM’s senior manager of in-flight, lounges and customer experience, discusses the importance of sustainability in the carrier’s cabin interiors decisions. The newly restructured carrier has bold plans, including achieving carbon neutrality by 2050

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Galley design

Galley design is under conflicting pressures, from achieving smaller cabin footprints to satisfying airlines’ culinary ambitions. John Walton explores how the evolving onboard food experience can be told via a tale of two galleys

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IFC insight: LEO connectivity

LEO promises game-changing inflight connectivity, enhancing the passenger experience beyond what is currently available. But with no current commercial activations, is it merely hyperbole? Alexander Preston reportsaircraft interiors march 2023 leo ifc satellite article

Market analysis: IFE trends to watch

Which inflight entertainment technologies will drive the short- and longer-term future passenger experience? Aviation market analysts, Valour Consultancy, consider the raft of innovation waiting in the wings, from Li-Fi to OLED, and the benefits they will bring operators and passengers

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Passenger health

While the world, and the inflight experience, has mostly returned to the ‘old normal’, hygiene is still a top concern for passengers and crews. The latest innovations can help ensure both the air and the surfaces in the cabin are healthy and hygienic

Column: Siu Lie Tan

The founder of Circular Symbiosis discusses why a sustainable circular economy can present a great business opportunity

Column: Joe Leader

The CEO of APEX/IFSA outlines the five key considerations of innovation that will enable sustainable cabin design

Industry statistics

The latest industry figures paint a picture of booming revenues, surging passenger numbers, huge interiors programmes, and demand for aircraft amounting to trillions of dollars


As part of our 25th year celebrations we unearthed this classic from 2000, when Boeing began the new millennium with a bold plan of making major structural changes to the B747. The reason? The humble galley cart…

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About Author


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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