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The July issue of Aircraft Cabin Management is now online

Posted on 1 July 2019

The July issue of Aircraft Cabin Management is now online


The July issue of Aircraft Cabin Management is now online


With the very first Passenger Wellbeing Conference set to take place in November, the latest issue of Aircraft Cabin Management is particularly interested in the growing priority that airlines have regarding the comfort levels of their passengers. This includes aspects of an aircraft such as better seating, updated decor and improved smartphone capabilities.


Smart technology is required to ensure that the cabin is safe for passengers, since aircraft cruising operates in a hostile environment for the human body.


SCHOTT believes that lighting plays a major part in attracting and influencing people on board a cabin and focused on enhancing the appearance of an aircraft through new lighting techniques.


Finally, at the Aircraft Interior's Expo, ELeather introduced their new engineered leather.


Other articles in the July issue include: 

Power to the people
We have only become dependent on wifi and technology over the last 20 years or so. As such, airlines have had to find ways to cater to passenger's rapidly increasing demands regarding smartphone, tablet and laptop facilities within an aircraft.


Surface effect
Sherwin-Williams Aerospace have worked closely with airlines and design houses in order to keep up to date with the latest trends in the industry. It is through this that they have introduced their newest interior product, Jet Suede.


Raising the bar
Virgin Atlantic's A350-1000 fleet will feature a brand new interior, with the centre spotlight being The Loft. Here, Upper Class, Premium Economy and Economy seats are shown off.

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