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Why Cabin Upgrades Are Not Likely To Slow Down

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Before (top) and after (bottom) views of a turn-key interior refurbishment project done by Avianor of Montreal on four Gulf Air A330s, for which the MRO had full cabin-integration and STC responsibility. This included replacing the IFE, seats, carpeting, curtains and laminates, new monuments and adding Avianor-manufactured entertainment cabinets.
Credit: Avianor
Airline failures, new aircraft introductions keeping the market for interior modifications strong.

 

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