HAMBURG—Airbus has yet to find a customer for its lower-deck cabin module but its promoters have clearer ideas on how to market and certify it. The “lower-deck passenger experience module,” designed as extra space passengers can book for part of the flight, would be more marketable as a sleeping area, Airbus VP for cabin marketing Ingo Wuggetzer said. Other uses had been envisaged, such as a play area for children or a place to conduct company meetings. Carriers will find ...

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