Cabin designers are working on new hygiene-sound concepts

The AirShield system uses overhead air vents to virtually separate passengers with a curtain of air.
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Many cabin interior designers are scrambling to bring new innovations to market as quickly as possible to boost customer confidence in flying, but some are looking beyond the immediate COVID-19 pandemic to visualize the long-term future of air travel. The drastic falloff in demand for air travel...
Linda Blachly

Linda Blachly is Senior Associate Editor for Air Transport World and Aviation Week. She joined the company in July 2010 and is responsible for producing features for Air Transport World’s monthly magazine and engaging content for the She is based in the Washington DC office.

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