The Aircraft Interiors Expo (AIX) held in Hamburg, Germany is the premier local for cabin interiors, where the latest in technologies and innovations are launched for the aerospace industry. This year was no disappointment on what’s next for passenger experience, most notably in aircraft seating. Aircraft seating is a space in which GMN Aerospace has been quite successful in supporting its customers, from design support for manufacturability of plastic injection molded parts to integrating capacitive touch technology in passenger control units for business class seats. At AIX this year, GMN Aerospace displayed products in several seats of industry leaders at the show.
Notable events at the show included the success of German seat manufacturer RECARO, who continues to lead the market in delivering over 100,000 PAX places (seats) annually, and Jamco’s announcement of their launch customer for the new Venture seat, designed to complement the 787 (similar to the Lift by EnCore Tourist Class seat that is continuing to make waves in both 787 & 737 for economy class). Adient also launched its joint venture with The Boeing Company. GMN Aerospace was invited alongside Boeing to view the new suites launched at the show.
GMN Aerospace continues to invest in helping its customers successfully bring their parts from prototypes to certified products, with on-time delivery and world-class consistency of quality. We enjoy attending premium industry events such as AIX to stay up-to-date on the latest trends and technologies that are emerging in the aerospace realm.