Why Cabin Upgrades Are Not Likely To Slow Down

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
Cabin retrofit specialists and suppliers are seeing a steady market as airlines take delivery of new aircraft while delaying the retirements of older models—and while the Boeing 737 MAX remains grounded. “The 737 MAX grounding has, to some degree, driven cabin upgrades as airlines lease alternative...

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