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Volume 6, October 2017 | Contents

Bedtime story bookmark
It is a big jump from the bedroom to an aircraft cabin, but Octaspring technology promises increased comfort for passengers. Ian Harbison reports
Cabin insider bookmark
Comfort factor bookmark
Toilets are a basic necessity on board but, says Mario Pierobon, new technology is introducing improvements for passengers and airlines
Composite core bookmark
There are few cabin spaces where composite structures have yet to find their place, from galleys and other thermally challenging environments, to pearlescent or metallic-effect seat components and the largest, most complex ceiling panels, as Paul E Eden reveals
Content change bookmark
Aircraft manufacturers like to launch new cabins as a single product, but other pressures often result in a continuous evolution. Ian Harbison reports from ATR in Toulouse
Doing more with less bookmark
Making passengers feel they have their own space is important, but airlines want to be able to change layouts and to turn less fuel. All challenges for seat manufacturers, says Kerry Reals
Inside Turkey bookmark
A visit to Turkish Technic provided an opportunity for Ian Harbison to check out TSI Aviation Seats and Turkish Cabin Interior
Recovery position bookmark
Following a difficult stretch, MAC Interiors is getting back into the market, under new ownership. Ian Harbison visited its facility near London-Gatwick to check on its progress
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