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The outlook for aircraft interiors

As the aviation industry prepares for a return to air travel, the outlook for interiors specification programmes and reconfiguration projects remains uncertain.

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Aircraft Interiors Expo postponed, new dates to be announced

Reed Exhibitions has announced that Aircraft Interiors Expo, World Travel Catering & Onboard Services Expo and the Passenger Experience Conference, which were planned to take place at the Hamburg Messe, Germany, from 30 March to 2 April 2020, will be postponed following the escalation of coronavirus (COVID-19) in Europe.

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Aircraft Interiors Expo North America cancelled

Reed Exhibitions has announced that Aircraft Interiors Expo North America will not run in 2020.

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Williams to revolutionise aircraft interiors using F1 technology

Williams Advanced Engineering, the Formula One racing team’s technology and engineering services business, is collaborating with JPA Design to revolutionise future aircraft interiors through the application of F1-derived technology and world-class cabin design.

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Ethiopian Airlines to enter interiors market

Ethiopian Airlines Group is to start manufacturing aircraft interior components in Ethiopia, after forming a partnership with German cabin specialist Aircraft Cabin Modification (ACM).

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Funding to enlarge and broaden E-Leather’s operations

E-Leather, a UK-based high-tech materials technology specialist that manufactures upholstery and cladding for aircraft interiors, has raised £70m from new and existing investors.

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Lufthansa wins German Design Award 2018

The interior of Lufthansa’s A350 Economy Class won the German Design Award 2018 in the Excellent Product Design – Transportation category.

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Adient and Boeing to explore commercial aircraft seating and interiors

Adient is collaborating with Boeing to explore innovative comfort, efficiency and functional improvements to commercial aircraft seating and interiors.

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‘Ageing’ air travellers demand comfort

 

At the Passenger Experience Conference, which took place ahead of last month’s Aircraft Interiors Expo in Hamburg, Germany, Garen Moreno, director strategic partnering, BMW Designworks, described the over-65 “ageing travellers” – an age group that has more discretionary income/wealth than any other.

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Optimistic forecast for aircraft seating demand

At the Passenger Experience Conference held ahead of last month’s Aircraft Interiors Expo in Hamburg, Germany, Gary Weissel of Tronos Aviation Consulting presented an optimistic forecast for the future 10 year aircraft seating demand.

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