Aircraft Interiors Inch Toward Sustainability And Accessibility

Airspace XL Bins

The Airspace XL Bin is planned to be available starting in 2025 on the A220.

Credit: Airbus
As airframers and equipment manufacturers work toward long-term environmental goals, they continue to upgrade existing products, particularly in cabin interiors. From a consistent trend toward greater privacy in business class to further weight savings in economy, renewed interest in seatback...
Thierry Dubois

Thierry Dubois has specialized in aerospace journalism since 1997. An engineer in fluid dynamics from Toulouse-based Enseeiht, he covers the French commercial aviation, defense and space industries. His expertise extends to all things technology in Europe. Thierry is also the editor-in-chief of Aviation Week’s ShowNews. 

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