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.
Embraer Executive Jets announced an upgraded Phenom 300 that can fly faster and further, offers a quieter cabin, and has more capable avionics.
Swiss EMS specialist Bucher touts new H135 HEMS AC67 flex for quick, multi-role cabin conversions.
Air medical operations provider Metro Aviation delivers first U.S.-made EC145e to Duke Life Flight.
Canada’s Alpine Aerotech reports receiving FAA and EASA STCs for digita Bell 212 VFR flight instruments and will “price the kit aggressively.”
The Phoenix-based manufacturer has made several improvements to its Sky Connect satcom system.
Cobham offers high-end Bluetooth and spatial separation features in a smaller, lighter package than conventional multi-box communications platforms.
Boise, Idaho-based FBO operator and MRO provider Western Aircraft has completed 20 percent of big modifications worldwide on the PC-24.
Gentex’s electronically dimmable windows now come as standard equipment on the Boeing 787 family and will be available on Airbuses.
In-flight connectivity service provider SmartSky Networks has received $25 million more in funding and delayed commercial network launch to mid-2020.
Airbus Corporate Helicopters revealed its ACH130 Aston Martin Edition at Courchevel in the French alpine skiing region.