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The January issue of Aircraft Cabin Management is now online

Posted on 15 January 2018


The January issue of Aircraft Cabin Management is now online


In our winter issue, we take a look at Singapore Airlines’ upgraded A380 cabin at the airline’s delivery ceremony in Toulouse, following an extensive development programme by the Asian carrier. The nose-to-tail redesign introduced new designs and ways for passengers to customise their inflight experience, reaching from Economy Class to its Suites. We also discuss some of the design choices behind the cabin’s new Business Class with JPA Design.


Emirates is releasing updated cabin interiors, with the Gulf carrier announcing upgrades for some of its Boeing 777-300ERs at the 2017 Dubai Airshow. The airline combined cutting-edge technology withinnovative interior design, taking inspiration from sources as disparateas the Mercedes-Benz S-Class and the UAE’s national Ghaf tree.


Following the recent Aircraft Cabin Maintenance Conference, we take a closer look at the presentations of three speakers: Monarch Design Services explains what it takes for a design office to consistently provide timely and cost-effective solutions when faced with unexpected problems. FliteTrak describes how new technology is allowing operators to monitorand improve all aspects of the cabin experience. And Aero Technics evaluates the pressures intensive aircraft operations are having on cabinmaintenance teams.


Other articles in the January issue include: 

Safe and secure:
Is the aviation industry ready to meet the demands of incoming EU cybersecurity regulations? We explore the approaches different carriers are taking to prepare for the changes

Middle class comfort: 
As the premium economy class increases in popularity with both operators and passengers, we evaluate the benefits this intermediate class brings to the industry


Getting personal:
Personalised lighting is no longer limited to where passengers can point their reading lights, as developments allow passengers to perfect their inflight experience without disturbing other travellers


Covering the comfort levels:

When furnishing an aircraft, operators are principally concerned with the twin elements of passenger comfort and material weight. Leading textile manufacturers Lantal and Schneller explain their approach


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