Cabin Interior and Electronics

News and developments about everything that goes into the cabin of an aircraft, from floor coverings to headliners, with a special emphasis on in-flight entertainment, communications and other electronics for passengers. If it is in the cabin of an aircraft, it’s covered here.

November 18, 2013 - 10:35am
Lineage 1000

With the number of Lineage 1000s already in service worldwide approaching a dozen, and more than a few in the Middle East region, Brazilian aircraft manufacturer Embraer is at the Dubai Airshow with its new Lineage 1000E, an airplane that features a serious makeover from nose to tail.

November 18, 2013 - 1:45am

Rockwell Collins (Stand 2659) announced at the Dubai Airshow several contracts with Middle Eastern airlines and business aircraft operators for avionics, in-flight entertainment (IFE) systems and flight support services. Other agreements, with air forces and aircraft manufacturers, have been disclosed, too.

November 17, 2013 - 10:15am

Singapore Technologies (ST) Aerospace booked almost $600 million worth of new work during July-September this year, following receipt of business valued at $480 million and $430 million in the first and second quarters of 2013, respectively.

November 17, 2013 - 10:15am

Singapore Technologies (ST) Aerospace booked almost $600 million worth of new work during July-September this year, following receipt of business valued at $480 million and $430 million in the first and second quarters of 2013, respectively.

November 17, 2013 - 10:10am
Thales

Thales is exhibiting a wide range of products for in-flight entertainment (IFE), air traffic management (ATM) and defense systems here at Dubai Airshow 2013 (on Stand B13).

In the air defense marketplace, showgoers can see the Thales Rapid range of integrated weapon systems (from sensors to fire), the LMM and StarStreak armored vehicle platform missiles and the 3D Ground Master radar family. The ThalesRaytheonSystems partnership has delivered more than 300 air defense radars to 26 countries, according to Thales.

November 17, 2013 - 6:17am

Airbus has “done really well with [A350-900] flight test [and] in the first phase has gathered a lot [of information],” according to executive vice-president and program head Didier Evrard. By the beginning of November, the first two A350-900 twin-aisle twinjets had logged more than 100 flights and over 500 hours of testing.

November 17, 2013 - 6:16am

Airbus has signaled that it could drop the A350-800, the smallest member of the new family.

November 17, 2013 - 6:15am

Airbus faces several major steps in bringing the A350XWB, which flew in June before appearing at the Paris Air Show, into service in the second half of 2014, said executive vice-president and A350 program head Didier Evrard. The manufacturer is working hard to progress the five-aircraft flight-test campaign in order to deliver a mature design at entry into service (EIS).

November 16, 2013 - 10:00am

UTC Aerospace Systems is introducing a business aircraft seat that it believes will set a new standard in cabin ergonomics. It features wireless technology to allow passengers to control the seat itself as well as wide array of cabin management features including climate, connectivity, lighting and entertainment systems. Travelers in the Model 1 seat will effectively be able to create a microclimate in which the temperature is adjusted to their personal preference without causing discomfort to fellow passengers.

November 16, 2013 - 5:00am
The latest ACJ319 cabin by ACJC features a forward dining and executive lounge, as well as 10 private “mini-suites.”

Airbus Corporate Jet Center (ACJC), a specialist in Airbus Corporate Jet executive cabin completions, recently delivered its 24th aircraft. The project is a strong showcase for the Toulouse-based facility’s capabilities, since it involved the development and integration more than 15 new technologies to meet an unidentified customer’s high requirements in terms of layout design, comfort and systems.

 
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