Panelists speaking at the Passenger Experience Conference in Hamburg believe there is a future for flexible aircraft interiors, although airline take-up to date has been minimal. “The idea of flexible cabins is not new; it’s been around in our industry for many years. It’s interesting that only a few of these concepts are flying today; there’s only a few that made it to take off,” Recaro Aircraft Seating EVP R&D René Dankwerth said. Back in the ...

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