Skip to content
Home » aircraft interior design

aircraft interior design

Aeroméxico Serves Up Fresh Style on New 787-9 Dreamliner

    Aeroméxico has revealed new interiors for its 787-9 Dreamliner aircraft characterised by modern comforts, a design focus on passenger well-being, and a breath-taking in-flight bar you’ll want to frequent from take-off to landing.

    Working with transport architecture and design firm New Territory, London, the airline created an open and welcoming social space onboard while maintaining continuity of experience between classes.

    Designers, Engineers: Get Your Thinking Caps On and Make Flying Better!

      It’s that time of year when the Crystal Cabin Awards committee is eager to find the cabin innovations which will make flying more comfortable and more fun. If you’ve been playing around with a clever design concept, now is your best opportunity to share it for a chance to win aviation’s version of “the Oscars.”

      Immersive Virtual Reality Cabin Tours are Working for Airbus

      Airbus says that virtual reality tours of cabin concepts, using 3D glasses are really working for its customers.

      The tours, developed through a collaboration of virtual reality experts in-house and Airbus’ cabin marketing team, are proving to be a success with visitors to the airframe manufacturers facility and trade show attendees.

      TAP Makes Further Commitment to Airbus Experience at Aircraft Interiors Expo

      Following the announcement at the Aircraft Interiors Expo (AIX) in Hamburg that the airline would be the launch customer for Airbus A330neo aircraft and the Airspace by Airbus Cabin, TAP Portugal made further commitment to the manufacturer which will give its customers an improved Airbus flying experience.

      TAP Portugal signed an agreement with Airbus to upgrade the cabins of its A330s, A319s, A320s and A321s aircraft.

      29 Leaps in Aviation Over the Past Year

      Aviation works every day at getting better. Sometimes it succeeds and other times, well..it takes a leap backwards.

      In honour of leap-day, I thought we could review some of the many leaps aviation has taken over the past year.

      Perhaps these will inspire and encourage more innovation and improvement in future.