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.
The acquisition positions AIM Aviation to serve the Far East and Australasian markets.
The King Air will serve patients in New Mexico.
Signature Flight Support is the launch partner for the new cabin entertainment sysem.
London’s VIP Completions will provide the bubble wall–the world’s first for a private airliner–for a Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner for an undisclosed customer.
The one-bay, 32,000-sq-ft facility (its second in Spokane) accommodates aircraft up to a 757-300.
The growing use of portable electronic devices and the need to replenish their power has made USB ports a hot commodity in the cabin interior worlds.
BEA plans to expand its product and service offerings in the airliner and business jet markets.
Moelis Capital Partners acquired the company from Wayzata Investment Partners.
$60 million project will add 250,000 sq ft of production and completion space to the existing one million sq ft.
EASA makes operators responsible for allowing use of portable electronic devices; the only hope for comfort improvement may be in seating.