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Volume 7, January 2018 | Contents

A380 v.2 bookmark
Singapore Airlines has introduced an extensive upgrade to its Airbus A380 cabin, as Ian Harbison reports
Designer’s notebook bookmark
Ian Harbison caught up with John Tighe, Design Director at JPA Design, to discuss some of the subtleties of the new Business Class cabin for Singapore Airlines, especially the Monocoque seat
Driving force bookmark
Intensive aircraft operations are putting increasing pressure on cabin maintenance teams, says Lee Butterfield, Group Operations Director, Trenchard Aviation
Dubai deluxe bookmark
The 2017 Dubai Airshow was the venue for the launch of Emirates’ new interior for some of its Boeing 777-300ER fleet
Gradual transformation bookmark
Any development programme will undergo changes in response to comments from potential customers. Kerry Reals reports on AIM Altitude’s galley concept
Linked in bookmark
New technology is offering the possibility of monitoring cabin systems and passengers to benefit operations, maintenance and onboard wellbeing, says Trevor Lea, joint Managing Director of FliteTrak
Making the grade bookmark
Lufthansa Technik Philippines is helping the flag carrier achieve its ambition of becoming a 5-Star Airline
Middle class comfort bookmark
Premium economy class seats are a relatively new way of improving the passenger experience on long haul aircraft. Mario Pierobon reports
Safe and secure bookmark
A proposed declaration on cybersecurity was adopted by the 39th ICAO Assembly in 2016, so should airlines be worried about the implications of the incoming EU cybersecurity regulations? Stephanie Taylor investigates
Side line bookmark
Etihad Airways Engineering is getting into cabin work as an adjunct to its main business of aircraft maintenance. Ian Harbison reports from Abu Dhabi
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January 2018

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