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GAL Aerospace is responding to demand in the regional aircraft cabin upgrade market. Keith Mwanalushi looks at some of the optimised solutions the company has on offer
To consider the differing perspectives of clean cabins and how to achieve it, Paul E Eden spoke to Stefan Murphy, Managing Director of Aircraft Cleaning Pervices Provider of Up & Away and Marc Cognetti, Director of Marketing and Aviation Leather and Textiles Manufacturer at Perrone Aerospace
Lighting is becoming an increasingly important component of overall passenger experience, as Bernie Baldwin reports
Mario Pierobon looks at the latest trends in inflight entertainment and connectivity
aim Altitude is looking to the future with two key developments, as well as being busy with various airline cabin projects. Ian Harbison reports


Ian Harbison
In 2011, there was a change in the attitude of airlines towards environmental awareness. The price of oil spiked and a reduction in fuel consumption was no longer about reducing CO2 emissions, it was now about saving money. Recently, there has been another shift. Sustainability is back on the agenda and, this time, it is here to stay

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Chris Brady joins Burrana’s Board ... bookmark


Los Angeles, 10 September 2019. Burrana CEO, David Withers, has announced the appointment of Chris Brady as a Non-Executive Director on the Board effective 2 September. Chris brings more than 30 years’ aviation experience and a wealth of knowledge to the Board.

Japan Airlines Renews Its Domestic Flagship... bookmark

International design consultancy tangerine announces the launch of their design for JAL’s (Japan Airlines) new fleet of 18 Airbus A350-900 aircraft. The first of the airline’s historic order of 31 A350 XWB. The first of JAL's new A350-900 aircraft will take its first revenue flight to Fukuoka from Tokyo (Haneda) on 1 September 2019.