Aviation Week & Space Technology MRO Edition, October 2014--MRO Europe

AW&ST MRO Edition--the official publication of Aviation Week's MRO Europe--spotlights the region and interiors.

Content includes an analytical look at how European fleets are changing, viewpoints from European MRO leaders, and new production inspections and related technology training.

We'll also include an Interiors Bonanza. As passengers demand better inflight connectivity and use their own portable electronic devices onboard, airlines are investing in new inflight entertainment and Wifi. Airlines also are updating cabins with new materials, seats, lighting and bigger bins to transform fleets and make more comfortable flight experiences. Learn about the latest trends.

MRO Links also will cover the technology of interiors.

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