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Keeping cool
As global appetite for fresh perishables continues to rise, operators are stepping up their investment in cool chain capabilities, aiming for improved visibility and quality standards. Ian Putzger reports
20 years of excellence at AIX
The exhibition has become a ‘must attend’ event for the airline industry says Polly Magraw, Event Director at Reed Exhibitions
Editor's note – April 2019
That well known Spring migratory route is opening up again, as the industry descends on Hamburg for what will be the 20th Aircraft Interiors Expo.
Current affairs
Within aircraft cabins, electrical and electronic systems are contributing to improving the passenger experience, thanks to technological advancements, as Mario Pierobon finds
On demand
The STS Mod Center gives airlines access to a facility that is focused on rapid installation of modifications for entire fleets outside of heavy maintenance visits. Those that see an opportunity are making the most of it to have connectivity installed.
Ringing the changes
The connectivity business has expanded in recent years, says Honeywell, and is continuing to grow. Ian Harbison investigates
Crystal Cabin Award 2019 - The finalists
The Crystal Cabin Award is one of the most coveted seals of quality in the global aviation industry. The finalists have now been decided for each of the eight categories.
A matter of taste
Whether it’s buy-on-board or premium cabin food and beverages, airline catering is leaving its old image behind with a range of innovations, as Bernie Baldwin reports
Fuss free
The Seamless Air Alliance is making good progress in establishing a common standard for connectivity, to make it as easy to use in the air as it is on the ground
Boutique with Belgitude
When Brussels Airlines decided to upgrade its fleet with Airbus A330-300s, there was also an opportunity to introduce a completely new cabin throughout the aircraft, with assistance from JPA Design. Ian Harbison reports from the Belgian capital