Airbus, Zodiac Aerospace and the ZAL TechCenter highlight a shift in mindset and offer insight into the aircraft cabin of the future.
Joe Leader, CEO of the Airline Passenger Experience Association (APEX), shares his thoughts on the future of in-flight entertainment and connectivity.
Larger overhead storage bins, spacious lavatories, wider seats and aisles, and unobstructed under-seat foot space feature in Airbus’ new cabin design.
FTE speaks to cabin design and development specialist Cristian Sutter about reconfigurable cabins, integration efforts, 3D printing and more.
Teague’s Devin Liddell tells FTE that he thinks “economy class is finally going to get some design love” thanks to rising airline profits and a change of direction.
Pegasus Airlines’ Boğaç Uğurluteğin shares his thoughts on IFE, connectivity and how the carrier plans to strengthen its low-cost strategy.
APEX Expo round-up: the latest news from SITA OnAir, Gogo, Inmarsat, GEE, Rockwell Collins and Thales InFlyt Experience.
British Airways has gone all out to create its most luxurious cabin to date, which will debut on the service from London Heathrow to Delhi on 25 October.
Allison Ausband, Delta’s SVP of In-Flight Service, explains how the tablet-based Guest Service Tool will help flight attendants personalise the onboard experience.
A 13.3-inch HD monitor, in-seat power and USB ports, a cocktail table and noise cancelling headphones are among the highlights of the Premium Economy class.