Do Sustainable Cabins Compromise Passenger Comfort?

Red Cabin
From right to left: Moderator Zim Aircraft Seating CEO Sven Achilles; Lufthansa director, cabin interiors Stefen Voltz; Avianca head of fleet projects Jaime Diaz Mendoza; Pace CEO Frank Ehlermann; and Diehl Aviation SVP-product innovation & digitalization Carsten Laufs.
Credit: Linda Blachly
HAMBURG—Sustainability continues to weave in and out of aircraft cabin discussions as industry players navigate the uncharted territory of aiming for net-zero carbon emissions by 2050. As airlines, OEMs and suppliers gathered this week at the Red Cabin Innovation Summit in Hamburg, they began asking...

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