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Airplane interior of the years to come
This year' s Crystal cabin award winning products were presented yesterday evening at the company's 2009 Aviation Interiors Expo in Hamburg. Renowned accolades recognized the best innovation in airplane cabins in seven different styling classes among 85 short-listed candidates this year. In this section we take a close look at the winning products and the most advanced interior equipment presented at this year's show.
It will be the first ever B/C cab to be fitted to its Airbus A350 plane this fall, with a single sun deck for each passenger compartment. Further highlights are an on-board entertaining system and "well thought-out" storage spaces. United Airlines, the third biggest air company in the globe, whose Polaris lounge concept, which offers entry to the corridor from any seating position, was on the shortlist.
This unique design has " over-toilet functions " that allow it to be placed over the well. The majority of toilets, especially in singles and aisles, are not yet compliant with OMW. The top award in the Airtime Portal Electronical Systems category went to Global Eagle Entertainments, a radio in-flight entertaining system that would allow travelers to surf the web, watch videos and view newspapers digitally on their own portable electronics.
There was also a new roomy interior for Air New Zealand's infamous centre seating, which gives it three inches more width, while the width of the windows and aisles has also been increased by one inches. Widened seating will be fitted to the airline's new Airbus models Airbus A 320 and A 321, which are scheduled for delivery by 2018.