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.
Hangar can now simultaneously house one widebody and up to four single-aisle bizliners.
There has been a documented case of a copilot’s seat sliding aft in a Falcon on rotation due to fatigued springs.
The new USB charging ports provide 3 amps of power to each port, and the converters include a DC-to-DC unit and an AC-to-DC unit.
The new Alto DZ-290 amplifier interfaces with new and legacy cabin entertainment systems.
AirText will offer texting via Iridium satcom for five cents per message.
The FDS do Capsule's 3D moving map will depict an exocentric view of the customer's airplane, including the model and paint scheme.
The flight test in Gogo's Challenger showed that multiple sessions of movie and audio streaming are possible on the upcoming Gogo Biz 4G service.
These include free hardware for in-hangar content updates, more predicable pricing and the ability to stream content to cabin monitors.
Automated water transfer printing shortens lead times, says the company.
Gogo will now offer the ATG 1000 and ATG 2000 at starting prices of $39 and $99, respectively.