Strolling down the aisles of AIX 2019 reveals a number of surprises that let the visitor hope that passenger experience will actually improve.
The interiors industry is getting more intimate. But unlike their products, top companies also are getting stronger.
The decision to group five recent acquisitions into one unit should help Avic reach its goal of becoming a major player in the cabin business.
Inflight connectivity is a highly sought-after commodity by airlines and their passengers, but some suppliers are facing a money crunch.
Emirates helps make seat selection a more accurate experience for its passengers via an immersive, 3D, online process.
Bombardier Commercial Aircraft president Fred Cromer held out the possibility of the company’s Atmosphère cabin being adopted for its Q400 turboprops as he unveiled the new interior fit at the Farnborough Airshow.
Responding to a court order, the FAA reiterates that its sees no evidence that airline seat dimensions affect safe evacuations.
The aim is to produce an antenna that is better than what’s currently and also ready for tomorrow’s LEO constellations.
A multi-industry group is working on a set of standards to make it smoother and easier for airline passengers to access the internet on their own devices.
Passengers with reduced mobility are lobbying for greater accessibility to airline cabins, but certain safety constraints keep the industry from developing a quick solution.