Cabin innovations set to go on display at the Aircraft Interiors Expo in April

Cabin innovations set to go on display at the Aircraft Interiors Expo in April

The latest innovations in premium airplane cabin amenities will be put on display at the Aircraft Interiors Expo, set to be held in Hamburg, Germany, from April 5-7, reports Arabian Aerospace.

According to the source, a recent rise in the number of business travelers worldwide means that the expo will likely feature a significant number of developers displaying newly designed business class seats. Airlines will reportedly be attending the expo in hopes of finding more comfortable seats that they can use to improve their service for premium passengers.

Other innovations expected to draw large amounts of attention at the expo are related to jets' inflight entertainment systems. One developer, Intelligent Avionics, is reportedly debuting a new system that weighs a full ton less than comparable devices on the market, potentially decreasing the amount of fuel needed for jets carrying their product.

"Time and again this exhibition has acted as the launch pad for many cabin interior programmes and innovative new products," said Katie Murray, exhibition director of the expo. "We expect this year to be no different with our exhibitors displaying the designs of tomorrow to the world’s airline buyers. The beauty of the event is that we incorporate the breadth of products that cover the whole cabin experience."

By Mary D'Angelo

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