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.
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.
Last year, things were bad for the completion and refurbishment industry as companies were feeling the effects of the economic recession.
Described as a family of services to be launched this year for passenger news, moving map and cached Web content, Honeywell’s ePaxx concept is being design