ATR is showcasing a new in-flight entertainment system and new seats at Aircraft Interiors Expo (AIX) in Hamburg this week, as well as unveiling the launch customer for its new Cabinstream system.
The manufacturer says its presence at the show represents its “strong commitment to passenger comfort and wellness. Improving the ATR cabin is at the heart of ATR’s philosophy of continuous development.”
The company’s new ‘Neo Classic’ and ‘Neo Prestige’ seats, launched at last year’s show, are due to become standard on its aircraft this year. It is also demonstrating the new Cabinstream IFE system, which it says will give operators the option of introducing wireless connectivity into the ATR cabin, allowing passengers to download multimedia content to their personal devices.
A signing ceremony to announce the launch customer of the Cabinstream system is due to take place on the afternoon of Day 1 at AIX.