Air Transport Publications
Login   |   Register
jobs Jobs
events Events
My bookmarks

Volume 3, July 2014 | Contents

350 = 221 bookmark
Airbus is proud of the wide cabin of its A350 XWB. Ian Harbison has been catching up with developments with a preview of the new interior in Hamburg and on a test flight from Toulouse
Cabin insider – July 2014 bookmark
Cabins, IFEC, SATCOMS, Technical, and the Crystal Cabin Awards 2014 winners
Cabin insider – New looks bookmark
New aircraft delivery and new marketing plans see the introduction of revised cabin designs from around the world. Aircraft Cabin Management takes a look at the latest offerings
Editor's note – July 2014 bookmark
This year’s Aircraft Interiors Expo in Hamburg showed once again that the industry is booming.
Fabric Conditioning bookmark
From onboard apartments to first class double beds, aircraft cabin design has undergone a dramatic shift in recent years. Now, new technologies have helped widen the range of furnishing options available. Helen Massy-Beresford finds out more
Muy bien bookmark
Iberia is refitting its Airbus A340-600 fleet with a new and improved interior. Ian Harbison reports from Madrid
Protect and serve bookmark
Shedding weight is a running theme when it comes to cabin interiors, and catering trolleys are no exception. Kerry Reals discovers how the tank-like carts of the past are being replaced by lighter, more user-friendly units which make greater use of plastic and composite materials
Royal flush bookmark
Monarch Airlines has become the launch customer for the Pitch PF2000 fixed back lightweight seat. Ian Harbison speaks to the key players
Top class bookmark
Etihad made a major splash with its new interior design for the Airbus A380 and the Boeing 787. Ian Harbison reports from Abu Dhabi
Top team bookmark
The new Etihad interiors were produced by three design agencies that would normally be competitors. The project has brought them together with great success, as Ian Harbison discovers
July 2014