Viewing entries tagged with 'Aircraft seating'

Aircraft seating joint venture starts operations

Adient Aerospace, the joint venture between aerospace company Boeing and automotive seating supplier Adient, has become operational after securing regulatory approvals.

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Self-cleaning aircraft seats under development

Recaro Aircraft Seating is reported to be developing a self-cleaning aircraft seat infused with a disinfectant that destroys almost every germ on contact within seconds using a newly developed antibacterial film.

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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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Ultraleather Promessa selected for LIFT B-737 tourist class seating

Ultraleather Promessa by Ultrafabrics has been selected as the standard synthetic leather for the Boeing 737 tourist class seating supplied by LIFT by EnCore.

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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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Lightweight, ecological and comfortable aircraft seating

IQPC’s annual Innovative Aircraft Seating Conference held in Hamburg, Germany, in October highlighted some interesting developments that offer new opportunities for textile seat cover manufacturers.

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