Reconfigurable cabins could generate more revenue for airlines and passengers would be willing to pay for new inflight experiences, suggests research conducted by A3, Airbus’s Silicon Valley outpost. The analyses and simulations were performed as part of A3’s Transpose project to develop a modular cabin architecture that would allow airlines to reconfigure and customize their aircraft. Financial modeling by former Virgin America Chief Financial Officer Bob Dana indicates ...

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