The September 2022 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 magazine, which is Official Magazine of APEX, and Key Media Partner of Aircraft Interiors Expo.
New systems are emerging that integrate IFE and connectivity on a single Digital Experience Platform, employing standardised ‘edge caching’ to deliver optimised passenger connections while preserving bandwidths. The systems bring efficiency and simplicity in operation, but several factors need to be considered before they can be adopted, discusses Michael Childers
The simplicity and comfort of Finnair’s AirLounge business-class seat design has led many in the cabin sector to pause and consider their design approaches. Can less really create more in cabin design, in terms of efficiency, cost and comfort?
The ultra-long-haul routes enabled by Air New Zealand’s B787-9s bring flight time and environmental benefits, but 17-hour flight durations bring a new range of challenges for the inflight experience. Kerry Reeves, head of airline programmes, explains the project and the thinking behind it
As cabin design moves on from the shockwave of the pandemic, the focus of the seating sector has switched back to core values of comfort, efficiency and light weight. Our guide to the latest seat launches covers every class, from super-lightweight economy to ultra-long-haul first class. There are great options for every type and size of airline to please a wide range of passengers
From the latest passenger experience innovations to insightful thought leadership, there are many reasons to attend APEX Expo in Long Beach, California on 25-27 October. Our guide shows how the event helps bring the industry together, progress its aims, and recognise excellence within the community