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Seats are getting lighter and lighter, but they also have to be comfortable, or an airline’s reputation could be damaged. Bernie Baldwin reports on some recent developments which add value for both the passenger and the airline
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Launching a new cabin for a new airline produced challenges for AFI KLM E&M as Air France launched Joon, a new style of operation
Alexis Hickox, Head of Global Business Development, Cabin Solutions at Collins Aerospace and Boeing’s Inflight Entertainment and Connectivity Strategy Lead, Bryan Wiltse, reveal the latest in cabin wifi and connectivity thinking, as Paul E Eden reports
Diehl Aviation sees densification as a major trend and is developing new products to meet future demands
But they still play an important role in the overall cabin appearance. Ian Harbison talks to David Sandiford from Mohawk Group

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Ian Harbison
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Change is in the air. One trend is densification, adding extra seats on aircraft by tweaking the space allocated to monuments and equipment storage. Another is the increasing range of narrowbody aircraft.

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