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The outlook for aircraft interiors

Join this PEC Virtual Series webinar featuring Gary Weissel, Managing Officer, Tronos Aviation Consulting; Rob Morris Global Head of Consultancy, Ascend by Cirium; Matthew Nicholls, Sales Director, Tapis Corporation; Don Buchman, Vice President, Commercial Aviation, Viasat; and Andrew Doyle, Director Market Development, Cirium to discuss the outlook for aircraft interiors.

Airlines and their interiors supply chain partners are facing unprecedented challenges, with much of the world’s fleet grounded as governments around the world impose restrictions on business, travel and social interactions to combat the Covid-19 coronavirus pandemic. As the aviation industry prepares for a return to air travel, what is the outlook for interiors specification programmes and reconfiguration projects.

This session will cover the latest fleet data from Cirium, the forecast for line-fit and retrofit of major interiors components from Tronos Aviation Consulting as well as trends in interior retrofits and line-fit products, plus insights from experts in key market segments.
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  • The outlook for aircraft interiors Recorded: Jun 17 2020 60 mins
    Andrew Doyle, Gary Weissel, Rob Morris, Matthew Nicholls, Don Buchman
    Join this PEC Virtual Series webinar featuring Gary Weissel, Managing Officer, Tronos Aviation Consulting; Rob Morris Global Head of Consultancy, Ascend by Cirium; Matthew Nicholls, Sales Director, Tapis Corporation; Don Buchman, Vice President, Commercial Aviation, Viasat; and Andrew Doyle, Director Market Development, Cirium to discuss the outlook for aircraft interiors.

    Airlines and their interiors supply chain partners are facing unprecedented challenges, with much of the world’s fleet grounded as governments around the world impose restrictions on business, travel and social interactions to combat the Covid-19 coronavirus pandemic. As the aviation industry prepares for a return to air travel, what is the outlook for interiors specification programmes and reconfiguration projects.

    This session will cover the latest fleet data from Cirium, the forecast for line-fit and retrofit of major interiors components from Tronos Aviation Consulting as well as trends in interior retrofits and line-fit products, plus insights from experts in key market segments.
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