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Volume 7, October 2018 | Contents

Across the board bookmark
Boltaron is helping designers by providing a wide range of colours and finishes. Ian Harbison reports
Changing times bookmark
Emirates Engineering recently completed the reconfiguration of the second Boeing 777-20LR aircraft in its fleet
Current affairs bookmark
IFE systems, LED lights and complicated, electrically actuated seats are standout features of the modern cabin, however there are bigger drains of electrical power. Paul E Eden speaks to Embraer
Editor's note – October 2018 bookmark
Family management bookmark
Airbus has implemented a common, integrated, in-house cabin management architecture for its aircraft range, from the A320 family right up to the A380. With the A220 the exception to the rule, the manufacturer says it is observing closely to ensure the model's panasonic CMS meets established Airbus standards, as Paul E Eden finds
First from Oman bookmark
On 1 July, Oman Air launched service with its new three-class Boeing 787-9. Ian Harbison was there to greet the aircraft on its arrival in London
Go with the flow bookmark
There have been many developments in waste/water system technology on-board commercial aircraft in recent times. Most of these developments are linked to increased complexity of the systems with respect to the communication between the equipment and system status indication, as Mario Pierobon finds
Material gains bookmark
For SABIC, success comes through constant contact with industry partners, as Ian Harbison finds
Reality check bookmark
Both Airbus and Bombardier have developed new interiors for their aircraft but their aesthetic ideals have been challenged by the practical needs of their customers, as Ian Harbison found out at the Farnborough International Airshow
Sight for sore eyes bookmark
LED lighting solutions installed in the cabins of commercial airliners are increasingly enabling a use of light on board that is personalised to the individual needs and preferences of passengers, as Mario Pierobon discovers
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