The Puget Sound Business Journal says Boeing will convene its interiors suppliers in Seattle for contracts renegotiation which could re-shape the aircraft interiors supply chain.
Canada’s WestJet has revealed the design of its new Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner with a new livery, logo and cabin interior, which reposition the brand to compete with North America’s flagship carriers, and directly targeting Air Canada. A version of this story […]
UK based manufacturer Mirus Aircraft Seating shares its plans for expansion in America. The designers and manufacturers of the Formula 1 and automotive industry inspired Hawk seat will be opening new offices in California, US and Santiago, Chile to interact more […]
The Flyers Rights group and all of those passengers weary of the cabin crunch had a dramatic win this week when a court ruled that the FAA should regulate the size of airline seats, citing the safety implications of evacuating […]
Qantas has unveiled a new range of elegant new tableware by Australia Industrial Designer David Caon, who was also the lead designer of the airline’s new 787 Dreamliner cabin interior. The new Qantas tableware set features a 16-piece crockery by […]
Airbus reveals that the A320 will be the latest aircraft model to include holistic Airspace cabin design. The announcement follows the successful 2016 introduction of the A330neo and A350 Airspace by Airbus experience. The DNA of this branded cabin is […]
Recaro Aircraft Seating received recognition as one of the best employers in the medium-sized business sector worldwide. This was confirmed through an independent study carried out by the Top Employers Institute which closely examined the aircraft seat manufacturer’s personnel management […]
Aircraft seating newcomers, LIFT systems, have extended their collaboration with Boeing aircraft with the award of a new 787 Tourist Class seat which is designed to optimally match the design of the 787 Dreamliner.
Recaro Aircraft seating announces that IAG airlines British Airways and Iberia have selected their SL3510-model seats for their A320neo and A321neo short-haul aircraft, with a combined order of 9,000 seats to begin delivery in early 2018.