IFEC, Interiors & MRO

 

Panasonic plans NEXT brand platform for launch in 2020

NEXT is designed transform what the company says is typically rigid entertainment systems into a flexible IFEC platform that is modular and scalable and blends in inflight entertainment technology, connectivity services, and consumer technologies.

digEcor announces new customers and partner at AIX

A customer for its Glide embedded inflight entertainment system, and Engage crew handling system and a new partner in Italy-based Aviointeriors were part of digEcor’s week at the Aircraft Interiors Expo.

Leki Aviation launches My Leki Web Shop

The new web shop provides a single point of entry for visitors to receive full access to Leki’s product and service offerings, all in one place and in real time

Airbus Selects HAECO For A320 Family Supplier Option

HAECO Cabin Solutions has been named supplier for the Centerline Ceiling Stowage (CCS) compartment linefit option for new A320 Family aircraft

Airlines fill order books with Recaro seating

The Schwaebisch Hall company announced orders from Hainan Airlines, Shenzhen Airlines, Gulf Air, British Airways an Iberia during and after the event in Hamburg.

Airbus develops new A380 cabin enablers, including “New Forward Stairs” option

The new cabin enablers aim to improve the A380 economics and innovation in passenger comfort

Airbus in Hamburg extends Customer Definition Centre (CDC)

Airbus offers new ways of cabin definition for A320 and A330 customers at its CDC in Hamburg

China Eastern to outfit 737s with saf-Tglo® floor lighting

The first 737s with the product will be delivered from Boeing in June, and the first retrofit kits have been sent to China Eastern

ZIM Flugsitz debuts new long-haul Economy seat

ZIM Flugsitz has unveiled its new long-haul Economy seat and also announced that it has signed a buyer furnished equipment agreement to be listed in the Airbus catalog from July 2017 with its Economy, Premium Economy and mechanical Business Class seats

Air New Zealand unveils spacious new Acro seat design

The window and aisle seats will be one centimeter wider than those on the airline’s current international Airbus fleet, with the middle seat three centimeters wider, ensuring a better sense of personal space across the row.

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