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Volume 7, July 2018 | Contents

A touch of colour bookmark
Paint plays an important role in cabin finishing, as a protective coating, aesthetic solution and even as a mood setter. Now, through the latest technologies, a variety of new, textured and special effects coatings is available, adding colour in an exciting, durable and efficient extension to the cabin designers’ palette. Paul E Eden reports
Building blocks bookmark
There is growing use of 3D printing for cabin components but there are still some issues to be resolved. Ian Harbison investigates
Dream time bookmark
Design consultancy tangerine takes a holistic approach to cabin design. Ian Harbison reports
Editor's note – July 2018 bookmark
Food for thought bookmark
First impressions are always important and aircraft galleys are not particularly attractive, so airlines are now paying more attention to detail. Mario Pierobon reports
Fresh thinking bookmark
There seems to be some misunderstanding about aircraft cabin humidity levels and passenger wellbeing. Ian Harbison investigates
Keeping pace bookmark
Starling Aerospace has invested in order to maintain its niche position as a one-stop shop for cabins. Ian Harbison reports
Looking after business bookmark
Cabin safety is critical but most passengers are unaware, as Mario Pierobon finds
Made in London bookmark
Gulf Air’s new brand identity and aircraft cabins benefit from the experience of two London headquartered global consultancies. Ian Harbison reports
Only connect bookmark
iCabin is a collaborative project to create a networked intelligent aircraft cabin, announced at AIX 2018. Ian Harbison reports
July 2018