The May 2023 issue of Aircraft Interiors International is out!


The May 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 May issue of the magazine, which is Key Media Partner of Aircraft Interiors Expo and Official Magazine of APEX.

Cover Story: Sustainability standards

Many brands claim to be green, but are they really? A set of quantifiable and objective standards could  be coming that would help customers choose – and companies promote – truly sustainable aircraft interiors

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Lufthansa Allegris

Björn Becker, head of future intercontinental experience programmes at Lufthansa, explains the €2.5 billion Allegris cabin project, and the decision to offer seven types of business-class design trends to watch

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Cabin design trends

Consumer tastes and expectations are fast evolving, from tech to well-being, sustainability to bleisure. Experts explore the trends that will drive the passenger experience this decade, and how airlines should develop their brands in response

Inclusive design

Organisations such as the US DOT are legislating for more inclusive air travel experiences through measures such as the Airline Passengers With Disabilities Bill of Rights. We look at how airlines can get ahead and make the inflight experience better for passengers with impaired visibility

Aircraft Interiors Expo 2023

As Key Media Partner of the world’s largest cabin event, Aircraft Interiors International brings you advance highlights of the exciting launches scheduled for the event in June. There will be innovations introduced for every part of the cabin and the inflight passenger experience


Flick through the issue to see the latest ideas, thoughts and developments concerning the cabin space:

Column: Blake Emery

The cabin and differentiation expert discusses PRM accessibility, and why these passengers’ needs cannot be treated as a design afterthought

Column: Kate Webster

Tangerine’s head of CMX considers the importance of cabin design in improving the air travel experience for partially sighted passengers

Column: Joe Leader

The CEO of APEX announces APEX Greener,  a newly launched database of sustainability ratings for inflight products

Industry statistics

Our roundup of the latest key figures from the passenger experience sector

Sustainable thinking

A team from Central Saint Martins has created green cabin concepts for FlyZero

Design Brief: the luxury automotive world

How does Bentley’s luxury Airline Seat Specification compare with business class?


We look back 17 years, when Virgin Atlantic’s ideas to upgrade its premium economy seats had a sustainability focus somewhat ahead of their time

Products and services

The latest product news from our advertisers

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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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