AIRE (Aircraft Interior Refurbishment España), has completed the modification and refurbishment of business class seats for Wamos Air’s upcoming A330 aircraft.
The project included modifying the seat plinth and centre front row monument (FRM) to accommodate the seat’s 44-inch pitch. The entire structure modification was undertaken under the instruction provided by Stelia Aerospace, seat OEM and Part21J in charge of seat structure change approval.
The seats feature a fully leather seat cover with diamond geometry to uniform the design of operator fleet.
With the support of Airline Services Interiors, AIRE also replaced the existing Panasonic IFE system with a new Safran RAVE IFE.
“This project is a step ahead to solidify even more the successful relation between the companies which have been sharing a long way together through last years”, stated Javier Camara, Production Director for AIRE. “Furthermore, this project gave us the opportunity to put in place all our capabilities as a Design, Production and Maintenance organisation for cabin interiors requirements” concluded Camara.
All the project milestones have been endorsed in an STC carried out by Airbus Interiors Services team to certify the final configuration required by the Airline.