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Volume 6, April 2017 | Contents

Cabin service DNA bookmark
Cabin service without well-trained, professional crew is an impossibility. Paul E Eden spoke to KLM’s Wim Spelt and Emirates’ Catherine Baird, to learn how the two global airlines deliver their distinctive brands of service
Colour match bookmark
PriestmanGoode has just completed a follow-up programme with South African Airways for new Airbus A330-300 cabin designs. Ian Harbison finds out more
Crystal Cabin Award 2017 - the finalists bookmark
Celebrating its 11th year, the Crystal Cabin Awards have become a benchmark for innovation and creativity within the aviation industry
Dyeing to be green bookmark
Much emphasis has been placed on aircraft emissions and their effect on global warming, but the waste and by-products associated with the manufacture of leathers and textiles for aircraft interiors are also increasingly coming under the spotlight, as Kerry Reals discovers
Editorial comment - April 2017 bookmark
Aircraft Interiors Expo in Hamburg promises to be bigger and better than ever. While the run of new aircraft types entering service has come to an end (for the time being), the retrofit market has been picking up
Going for growth bookmark
Now in its 18th year, the Aircraft Interiors Expo is a must-attend event for airlines and suppliers across the aviation industry, says Polly Magraw, Exhibition Manager
Join the queue bookmark
Ian Harbison examines the upsurge in airline demand for Gogo's connectivity products and services
Optimal Optima bookmark
The new Optima business class seat is a joint venture between Acumen Design Associates and Zodiac Aerospace. Ian Harbison reports
Packing light bookmark
STG Aerospace is preparing to supply complete cabin packages of its photoluminescent and LED lighting products, as Ian Harbison found out during an exclusive preview of its Innovation and Engineering Centre in Cwmbran, South Wales
Sight saver bookmark
Aircraft interiors have been modified to meet a wide range of specialist requirements. A stand-out example is that of Orbis International – the world’s only Flying Eye Hospital. Ian Harbison reports from London-Stansted
April 2017