Cabin And Seat Suppliers See A Return Of Interest In Refits

Finnair’s new long-haul business-class cabins feature Collins Aerospace AirLounge seats.
Credit: Finnair
When Finnair made a €200 million ($250 million) investment to upgrade its premium economy and business cabin products, neither the airline nor the industry could have known how the world would change by the time the new products were unveiled on its Airbus A330 and A350 fleet in early 2022. As it...
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