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.
In-flight connectivity is now so important that its outage could be enough to ground an airplane, in the eyes of operators.
Company eyes market of more than 20,000 business jets, estimating $200,000 to more than $1 million of “opportunity” per aircraft.
Company received parts manufacturer approval from the U.S. FAA for its SD WiFi Hub, as well as EASA Part 145 repair station designation.
Combined entity would employ 30,000 workers, produce $8.1 billion in revenues and offer a spectrum of cabin and cockpit offerings.
Data router integrates connectivity throughout the aircraft, allowing passengers to use their own devices for email, web browsing and video streaming.
Company will develop solutions for the Embraer ERJ-145 Shuttle, Legacy 600/650 and Phenom 300, as well as the Gulfstream GV.
Crystal AirCruises will deploy the Boeing on two-, three- and four-week cruises to exotic locations.
The interior is designed for the company's in-development medium-lift model.
The design creates independent zones without monuments or wall elements.
Air charter firm has main offices in Los Angeles and Singapore, as well as sales and support offices in New York, London, Beijing and Shanghai.