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Airbus has been introducing capacity enhancements across its entire range of aircraft models as well as modifications that give airlines new opportunities. Ian Harbison reports
Rate of change
The growth of onboard connectivity continues at an astonishing pace. Aircraft Cabin Management reviews some of the main developments from a number of the Sector's leading players
On the waterfront
A joint venture between Panasonic Avionics, B/E Aerospace, Teague and the Formation Design Group, the Waterfront seat is a business class seat concept designed to show how the future may look in the near term
 
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Japan’s Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transportation, and Tourism has issued Type Certification for the Airbus A350 XWB, enabling the A350 XWB first customer from the country Japan Airlines to operate the aircraft

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