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Volume 6, January 2017 | Contents

ACMC 2016: easy does it bookmark
easyJet is running a major cabin conversion programme on its Airbus A320 fleet, featuring the Space-Flex v2 galley
ACMC 2016: Meet and greet bookmark
Air Transport Publications held its third Aircraft Cabin Maintenance Conference in London in November
California dreaming bookmark
Transpose is a new concept from an Airbus think tank that offers airlines the ability to quickly change the interiors of their aircraft to meet passenger demands
Easily LED bookmark
LED continues to light the way as manufacturers increasingly offer integrated cabin-wide illumination solutions. Paul E Eden spoke to industry representatives to find out more
Editorial comment - January 2017 bookmark
At our Aircraft Cabin Maintenance Conference in London last November, there were several references to passenger wellbeing. These included anti-microbial paint in lavatories, the use of LED mood lighting to offset jet lag and even sensors in the seat to monitor passenger movement and temperature.
Finishing the furnishings bookmark
When it comes to furnishing the premium end of an aircraft cabin, materials and finishes are everything, as Kerry Reals reports
Local links bookmark
Lufthansa has always been a pioneer when it comes to inflight connectivity. Now, it is extending the concept to the group's narrowbody fleet. Mario Pierobon reports
Plug and play bookmark
Inmarsat has two connectivity products in the market, including a ground-based system
Space watch bookmark
The new Intelsat EpicNG satellites are promising improved performance that will directly benefit airline passengers in staying connected anywhere they might be flying
Talking Turkey bookmark
Turkey is determined to build a national aerospace industry. While a completely new aircraft is some way off, there are some interesting developments in the area of aircraft cabins. Ian Harbison reports from the Istanbul Airshow
January 2017