03 April 2014

A350 cabin interior will be unveiled in Hamburg next Monday

Airbus will unveil its first A350 cabin and seats next Monday at Airbus' new Cabin Design Centre in Hamburg, where airlines with orders for the A350 will choose the fitout for their planes from tip to tail.

This 'one stop shop' facility, includes 'showrooms' for a wide range of pre-approved seating from economy to first class, galleys, toilets and cabin equipment plus cabin design studios.

Qatar will be the A350's worldwide launch customer of an orderbook that currently stands at some 38 airlines and leasing companies with 824 aircraft between them.

Hamburg is Airbus’ global cabin centre of excellence and some of the key suppliers for interior cabin are German as Diehl Aerosystems, Tier 1 and Risk Sharing Partner in the A350 program with 13 work packages.

Based on the article “Airbus to reveal first A350 seats, cabin interiors next week” published in Australian Business Traveller

1 comment:

  1. The 3-3-3 aircraft interior looks an awful lot like the 787 interior.