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Volume 3, October 2014 | Contents

Access for everybody bookmark
MPlayer, the new wifi-based IFE system for Monarch Airlines, offers a low-cost and flexible alternative to more complex technology. Ian Harbison reports from Luton
Cabin insider – October 2014 bookmark
Finnair A350, British Airways 747, and Japan Airlines SKY SUITE
Canadian cabins bookmark
Bombardier‘s CRJ regional jet and Q Series are both respected and continue to sell well. New developments, including line-fit Gogo Wi-Fi on the CRJ and a Combi Q400, demonstrate the airframer’s ongoing support for both lines, as Paul E. Eden finds
Clean sweep bookmark
As they walk on board, few passengers are likely to appreciate the efforts that go into giving them a clean, smart-looking cabin. Ian Harbison investigates
Editor's note – October 2014 bookmark
We are delighted to announce that Air Transport Publications will hold its first ever event, the Aircraft Cabin Maintenance Conference, on 5 December at the Radisson Blu Edwardian hotel at Heathrow. We have combined our knowledge and experience from Aircraft Cabin Management and sister publication, MRO Management, to develop a programme that has already attracted speaker commitments from some outstanding companies
Forward thinking bookmark
The Farnborough Airshow provided an opportunity for Ian Harbison to catch up with new projects from Embraer and Irkut
Middle class bookmark
Premium economy class cabins may not hold the luxurious allure of neighbouring business and first class, or generate nearly as much revenue, but their continuing popularity with passengers means they are here to stay. Kerry Reals reports
Missing link bookmark
How soon until connectivity services appear in the cockpit for flight crew and maintenance use? Ian Harbison investigates
On the line bookmark
Aeromobile is looking at steady growth for its GSM telephony services, but, as Ian Harbison reports, there is also frustration at the bureaucratic procedures involved
Raising the bar bookmark
Galleys may once just have been a space for cabin crew to prepare meals, ready drinks trollies, and retreat to when time allowed, but not anymore. Helen Massy-Beresford examines the developments
October 2014