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.

Lufthansa-Panasonic JV has fitted new IFE and CMS systems in a second Boeing 787.
Extant Aerospace is manufacturing new components under three new agreements with GE Aviation.
ViaSat is introducing its new Ka-band Global Aero Terminal 5510.
The system, which incorporates the Inmarsat JetConneX broadband service with the Honeywell JetWave satcom hardware, is offered on new and existing globals.
Rebuilt windshields for Beechcraft 1900 and King Air aircraft are eligible for the new three-year warranty.
Firm order for ACJ320neo also announced, first neo turnkey completion order
New pricing on illuminated switches offered; Gulfstream selects displays for G500/600.
The Cadence Switch System is a new series of modular switch panels that function without software.
Jay Beever, standing at right, is vice president of interior design for Embraer Executive Jets. Together with his team, he strives to individualize the process of designing and fabricating business jet interiors.
The design process begins with the customer choosing elements on an iPad app then visiting Embraer’s Melbourne, Fla., design center.
Creator of “do” suite of cabin IFE products now partnered with Textron Aviation, StandardAero