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Passengers could soon be escaping to virtual worlds in flight, thanks to virtual reality headsets. Helen Massy-Beresford reports
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In April, AirAsia announced it had ordered almost 60,000 seats from Mirus Aircraft Seating. Ian Harbison takes a closer look
Mario Pierobon reports how Airbus have maximised cabin space while attempting to minimise the effect on passenger comfort
Airbus Upgrade Services is getting involved with cabin modification programmes with TAP and easyJet, as Ian Harbison discovers
The second Cabin Refurbishment and Repair Conference 2016 was an outstanding success. Here are the highlights

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Ian Harbison
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At the end of May, Airbus held its annual Innovation Days in Hamburg; two days of briefings and site visits for selected media from around the world

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Air New Zealand to increase its prem... bookmark

Air New Zealand is to spend more than $100 million increasing the number of premium seats on its Boeing 787-9 Dreamliners and refurbishing its Boeing 777-300 fleet in response to customer trends.

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Delta One introduce world's first al... bookmark

Delta Air Lines is redefining international business class travel with the introduction of the Delta One suite, the first business class cabin to feature a sliding door at each suite.

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