Flight Attendant Feedback Delivers Crossover-Jet Design Efficiencies

Credit: Embraer
Employees who work in poorly designed and perhaps dimly lit offices are likely to be less productive than those who work in bright, welcoming offices with the best tools for the job readily at their disposal. The same is the case for airline flight attendants in the aircraft cabin. Designers of the...

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