Want a look into the future of aircraft cabin interiors? APEX EXPO is a good opportunity to see what’s coming and prepare for the inevitable. Often that means getting ready for not so great changes to the passenger experience. As is often the case we have Jason on as a guest to review the show and parse out what’s really going to fly or not.
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What’s cool? What’s going to fly? What isn’t?
- New, smaller lavs are definitely coming
- A new way to pay for power on board might take off
- Overhead bins get connected to the internet in strange and maybe useful ways
- New screens for entertainment systems are bigger and brighter than ever
Also in this episode:
- Austin gets another long haul
- JetBlue goes Basic
- Delta had another computer outage
- Paine Field gets some routes
- United confirms the first 787-10 routes
More from APEX EXPO 2018
- Airconnect Go set to stream on Canadian North Airlines this winter
- Alaska Airlines adds SkyLights’ VR headsets to IFE lineup
- Aeromexico confirms Viasat connectivity on MAX fleet
- New livery, free wifi coming to Aer Lingus in 2019
- Air France Connect brings inflight wifi live on board
- Another tiny lavatory preps for flight on American Airlines
- Finnair ends free trial, rolls out wifi charges
- Now boarding: Bluetooth audio connections
- DLD 213: APEX EXPO – Next Year in Los Angeles
- Bringing IoT to flight: Sensors, alerts, payments and more from APEX EXPO 2018
- A LEO milestone for Global Eagle, Telesat
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