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As connectivity migrates from the passengers to the crew, there are a number of useful lessons that can ease the process of e-enablement, says Chad Gill
Just like the airline industry, the Aircraft Interiors Expo just keeps on growing, says Polly Magraw, Exhibition Director
While seats must, first and foremost, serve the passenger, they must also meet requirements of the airlines. Bernie Baldwin reports on the manufacturers’ design philosophies as well as some of their latest developments
Airline passengers’ hunger for bandwidth has led to an explosion in demand for satellite space, as Kerry Reals discovers
Stephanie Taylor explores how and why companies are replacing traditional textiles and leather in the aircraft cabin with re-engineered high performance materials to improve the passenger experience


Ian Harbison
It’s April, it’s Hamburg, it must be Aircraft Interiors Expo. So what can we expect this year?

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Collaboration with Rockwell Collins see’s redesign of existing MiQ seat platform to extend Aeromexico’s brand DNA across huge new fleet of short/mid-haul aircrafts

Turkish Technic and HAVELSAN signs a... bookmark

Turkish Technic and HAVELSAN have signed a Memorandum of Understanding with Inmarsat on development of integrated inflight connectivity and entertainment solutions.

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