Billions have been spent developing new technologies for aircraft aerodynamics, structures, systems and engines, but relatively little seems to have been invested in scientifically researching how passengers experience their flights and how cabins could be improved. Canada’s National Research Council (NRC) Aerospace is completing construction of a facility at its Ottawa campus that will enable large-scale studies to improve passenger comfort and cabin-crew performance and accelerate ...

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