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Volume 2, July 2013 | Contents

Baby sitting bookmark
GAMA Aviation has developed a new child seat that is now in use on Cathay Pacific Airways and Virgin Atlantic. Ian Harbison reports
Back to the future bookmark
As ATR revealed this year at the Paris Air Show, sometimes things from the past come back into fashion, and regional airlines are moving back to turboprop aircraft in a big way – but with modern, updated cabin designs
Cabin delivery, Airbus style bookmark
Airbus applies a three-pillar philosophy to cabin design across its range; maximising cabin space and efficiency, while optimising passenger comfort and services. Paul Eden reports
Cabin insider – July 2013 bookmark
The latest cabin upgrades and industry developments
Aviointeriors, Air New Zealand, Embraer, Skymark and SAS
Does form follow function? bookmark
For much of the equipment on commercial aircraft, function is the overriding concern. When it comes to the cabin, though, appearance can be equally important. Bernard Fitzsimons investigates
Editor's note – July 2013 bookmark
This year’s Aircraft Interiors Expo in Hamburg was a great success.
Getting the message bookmark
Costs are coming down, but not as quickly as passenger demands to stay connected are going up. Tom Pleasant asks: how can the asset-heavy aviation industry keep its customers happy without breaking the bank?
More than a spilt drink bookmark
Tom Pleasant and Simon Keeble investigate safety and security in the cabin and discover that many incidents are caused by alcohol
Predicting the future bookmark
Industry experts are dusting off their crystal balls and taking a look at the potential for cabin developments over the next couple of decades. Paul Eden looks ahead
Seats’ sweet spot bookmark
Honeycomb structures are not only found in beehives. Other industries have discovered the benefits to sitting on them and now aviation is catching up too
July 2013