Wednesday April 06 2016
VN Composites to participate as a visitor at the show AIRCRAFT 2016 which was held in HAMBURG from April 5 to 7.
Salon AIRCRAFT 2016
Aircraft is the most important fair in the world devoted to the world of interior design airplanes.
This is the launch platform for products and services for aircraft cabins, technologies for entertainment and connectivity and passenger services that include doors, seats, materials, uniforms and furniture .
In addition, program conferences allow professionals to know the expectations of the client and to define strategies to increase airline profits.
With over 530 exhibitors this year, there are a host of innovative products and services on show! No stranger to the show, Boeing has unveiled its latest economy seat today for its best-selling narrow-body Airbus has also carried us with their model of the A330neo cabin, two weeks after he revealed his brand of airspace during the ceremony in London. Meanwhile, during Thales in hall B4, they were mainly use their booth to highlight what they describe as the "homogeneous ecosystem" of integrated services in-flight entertainment and connectivity.
The kickoff of the upper B1 LIVE CabinSpace program was the Flightglobal session on "What is the increase aircraft production rates mean for the industry? Chris Seymour, Ascend and Flightglobal Michael Lischke discussed where we are in the cycle of the application and if OEMs are too overly optimistic.
Sabic Petrochemicals group have unveiled their prototype economy seat that was printed by Stratasys 3D machine manufacturer using a material that is already in flight Airbus A350. Air China announced that they have chosen the Recaro seats for the selection of the economy of its fleet in order Airbus A350. Air New Zealand have confirmed that their economy seats dormant "couch Sky" will be available under a licensing agreement for the Airbus A350 and A330 operators. STG Aerospace seduced visitors with the line-up product of their expansion on their stand, and they are confident in the growth of their original equipment customers.
It was a busy morning at CabinSpace LIVE today. From the day was the Flightglobal session on "The future of entertainment in flight" with discussions of the round table on how passengers can be entertained. Guest speakers included Jan-Peter Gaense Lufthansa Systems, Dawood Al Raise, Oman Air Engineering & Maintenance and John Magi, SAS Scandinavian Airlines. Global flight were back for a late morning session on "How to get the most out of your booth space. Later in the afternoon Ingenieur Klaus Seidler took the stage to discuss "Jenoptik: default external current sensor for field failure detection."
With over 530 exhibitors from the industry it is no surprise that new listings and deals took place during the three days. Here are some news:
Airbus announced the identity of the launch operator at the ceremony yesterday morning at their booth, which is Tap Portugal; the company will operate the Airbus A330 neo repowering.
Lumexis showed the latest generation of its fiber-based in-flight entertainment system as it continues its mission to achieve the line fit offerability on Airbus and Boeing widebody.
Airline Services Interiors has won a contract with Aer Lingus for major renovations to three of its Boeing 757-200, including Thompson Aero refurbing new Vantage seats in the business class lie flat, new IFE and power seat .