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Volume 5, July 2016 | Contents

Conference report bookmark
The second Cabin Refurbishment and Repair Conference 2016 was an outstanding success. Here are the highlights
Healthy connections bookmark
High-speed broadband inflight connectivity can be a lifesaver in the event of a medical emergency at 37,000ft. Kerry Reals reports
Inflight expectations bookmark
Will passengers accept the limitations of inflight bandwidth and speed as their PEDs become increasingly hungry for data? Paul E. Eden investigates
Inside Airbus bookmark
Recent briefings in London and at AIX and Airbus, both in Hamburg, have given Ian Harbison a unique perspective on the aircraft manufacturer’s cabin developments
Inside job bookmark
Lufthansa Technik has been busy over the last couple of years in supporting its parent airline with a wide range of cabin upgrades. Shortened timescales and complex workscopes required tight control of the programme, as Ian Harbison reports
New for old bookmark
Airbus Upgrade Services is getting involved with cabin modification programmes with TAP and easyJet, as Ian Harbison discovers
Safety first bookmark
New regulations and materials are constantly driving change in the development of the latest aircraft cabin and cargo hold safety equipment. Kerry Reals investigates
Sitting pretty bookmark
In April, AirAsia announced it had ordered almost 60,000 seats from Mirus Aircraft Seating. Ian Harbison takes a closer look
Space travel bookmark
Mario Pierobon reports how Airbus have maximised cabin space while attempting to minimise the effect on passenger comfort
Star of the show bookmark
The new United Polaris business class cabin is a key component of a new look for United Airlines that goes well beyond the aircraft itself, as Ian Harbison discovers
July 2016