This is How the Future Aircraft Will Look Like From Inside [Photos]

Hamburg is Germany’s second largest city has become the center for aircraft interior design. Lufthansa Technik has become the host and contender of the most futuristic and luxury Aircraft Interior design competition. The Aircraft Interior Expo 2019 (AIX 19) is being held from 2nd to 4th April this year.

Aircraft Interior Expo 2019 Venue Hamburg

EAM’s onboard passenger safety equipment booth [EAM]
A320 Airspace Entrance Area Night [Airbus]

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The charter supplier Jet Aviation has announced a second BBJ1. This model boasts a luxurious business class design complete with a bedroom and en-suite shower

Winners of Crystal Cabin Awards:

Crystal Cabin Awards include various aircraft interior design categories. The competitors demonstrate their newest ideas in business class seating, deck designs, lighting, and inflight entertainment.

Airbus’ innovative cabin
Airbus and Safran win Crystal Cabin Award with Lower Deck Pax Experience Modules [Airbus]
M-FLEX-Duet
Pop-Up Self-Service Station and Ultra LED Reading Light by Collins Aerospace [Apex]

Mother buckling baby into pod.
Air New Zealand’s Sky couch and Infant Harness [Air New Zealand]
 

United Airlines and Panasonic’s “Entertainment for all”

 

Uled Reading Lights by Collins Aerospace [Apex]

Saddle seat Concept by Aviointeriors

The newest ‘saddle seats’ or ‘standing seats’ are designed for Economy class passengers for flights spanning less than 45 minutes. Saddle seats have gained considerable attention of budget airlines.



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