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.
Marshall Aerospace, in response to what it described as “the changing nature of the corporate market,” has restructured its corporate aviation activity by
Townsend Leather and The Leather Institute of Johnstown, N.Y., have entered into a licensing agreement with aircraft detailing specialist Appearance Group
GM Nameplate of Seattle is offering a new “ElectraGraphics Business Jet Art” line that employs 14-karat gold or chrome on a stainless-steel background to r
Earlier this year Bombardier introduced an Indy 500 interior package for its new Learjet 40, at a cost of about $150,000.
Cessna’s workhorse turboprop single Caravan has appeared in just about as many guises as the X-Men, and with some of the same versatility.
During the current economic climate, when many completion and refurbishment centers are struggling–some merely to survive–Savannah Air Center appears to be
<strong>AKKO</strong> has been in business more than a decade and is based at Moscow Sheremetyevo Airport.
A little more than a decade after perestroika, interior completion and refurbishment companies in the Commonwealth of Independent States (CIS) are flexing
Completion and refurbishment centers are in a constant search for more efficient ways to work.
“I want what I want, when I want it.” It sounds like the petulant voice of a pampered diva, or a corporate executive with delusions of grandeur.