IFEC, Interiors & MRO

 

Pax2Go selects Zodiac Seats US’ Z100 Seat for narrow-body aircraft

A subsidiary of Hulsbosch International, Pax2Go has selected Zodiac Seats’ Z100 Economy Class seat for their short-flow retrofit programs. The program is expected to generate a demand of up to ten shipsets per month for the next several years.

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.

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.

Aviointeriors and RUAG Aviation begin cooperation

Italian manufacturer Aviointeriors has been selected by RUAG Aviation to design and manufacture a new seat for installation in the Dornier 228.

AIME exhibitors explore opportunities in growing aviation region

Technological innovation from the cockpit to the in-seat passenger experience and beyond is both challenging and exciting the industry as interiors and MRO professionals returned to Dubai for MRO & AIME Middle East 2017

AIME opens doors next week in Dubai

Among those confirmed this week to attend are representatives from Emirates Airline, Etihad Airways and Qatar Airways, along with flydubai.

New exhibitors plan foray into Middle East at AIME

Companies supplying uniforms, fabrics, lighting and camera systems, will be among the new exhibitors showing products to the 4,500 industry professionals at this year’s Aircraft Interiors Middle East (AIME) February 8-9 in Dubai.

Two Italian carriers order Aviointeriors seat for crew rest

Aviointeriors announced today an order for the B767 Andromeda Business class seat, which will be used in a derived version as crew rest seat for both Blue Panorama Airlines and Meridiana.

Seating news part of Passenger Experience Week happenings

In the March-April AIX issue, Recaro CEO Dr. Mark Hiller told PAX International that the company sees the seating market increasing at a compound annual growth rate of 5% per year and surpassing US$4 billion by 2020. In that time, not only will sales increase, but so to will variations in the airline cabin.

Panelists weigh the possibilities and burdens of risk

Innovation and bold thinking requires every player in the supply chain to take a chance, that many aren't will to attempt.

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