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Volume 8, July 2019 | Contents

Back of the bus bookmark
Airlines are paying more attention to the needs of economy class passengers, which is influencing seat design. Mario Pieronon reports
Brand new bookmark
PriestmanGoode has produced a new brand identity for a Chinese airline. Ian Harbison reports
Breathing easy bookmark
Getting and keeping the cabin environment as a comfortable place for passengers requires some smart technology says Paul E Eden
Bright prospects bookmark
SCHOTT is finding increasing interest from airlines in sophisticated lighting to enhance cabin appearance. Ian Harbison reports
Editor's Comment bookmark
The Editorial Comment in the January 2019 issue looked at the opportunities and challenges presented by the long range of the Airbus A321LR. The manufacturer has just upped the ante with the A321XLR, which can push out to 4,700nm, with flight times around nine to ten hours. This makes passenger wellbeing even more of a priority, especially in high density configurations.
Green in any colour bookmark
ELeather is offering a lighter weight version of its material but it is also emphasising its environmental benefits. Ian Harbison reports
Interesting times bookmark
Now under new ownership, ACRO aircraft seating is looking forward to a growing market. Ian Harbison reports
Mixing with the big boys bookmark
The launch of the A321XLR at the 2019 Paris Air Show is pushing the range limits for narrowbody aircraft. Airlines will need to be very aware of passenger wellbeing, especially in economy class. Ian Harbison reports
Positive pitch bookmark
This year's Aircraft Interiors Expo proved to be a happy one for Gary Doy, CEO at Pitch Aircraft Seating Systems, as he was able to make two announcements: one for new customers and the other for a new production partner. Ian Harbison reports
Power to the people bookmark
Smartphones, tablets and similar devices barely existed 20 years ago. Now, airlines need to cater for passengers not just bringing them on board but enabling them to be charged at all times. Bernie Baldwin reports
July 2019