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Alcantara has introduced a line of new
patterns and colours that are available
exclusively from Perrone Aerospace,
which has been supplying the aviation
industry with leather and textiles for
more than 25 years. On display at
NBAA-BACE will be a range of colours,
patterns and textures that designers
can look forward to seeing in Perrone’s
2020 catalogue. Alongside its updated
Alcantara offerings, Perrone will also
showcase its highest end leather, Noble,
developed for its soft, buttery hand.
Perrone says customers value its
responsiveness and ability to innovate.
“Perrone’s stature has been built largely
on our proven success working in tandem
with designers to develop the most
unique interiors,” says Marc Cognetti,
director of marketing at Perrone. “This,
combined with our breadth of product
offering in leathers and textiles, allow us
to be a one-stop shop for complete
interior soft goods solutions.”
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Expanded leather line
As renewal dates for the first recipients
of the SD aeroIT certification become
due, the SD training team will detail
the updated course content, which
supports configuration, troubleshooting
and management of cabin connectivity
systems. The professional qualification is
of interest to aerospace IT professionals
and is independently examined via
the digital Questionmark platform.
The SD training programme also
includes aeroCNCT for flight and cabin
crew to deliver a solid foundation for
troubleshooting cabin connectivity issues;
and CyberSAFE, which introduces aviation
professionals to cyber security.
SD will also promote new SD PostFlight
software, designed to optimise data
collection through the SD Pro system.
Visitors can check out the Collins Aerospace
cabin experience demonstrator for an
opportunity to be fully immersed in a business
aircraft cabin complete with seating options,
lighting, entertainment, connectivity, cabin
electronics and more. Specifically, attendees
can learn more about the company’s solutions
for business and VIP seating (pilot/co-pilot, VIP
and divan) and lighting capabilities. These will
include the Viu and Secant lighting products,
Evolution seat, Orion electrical seat, first class
suite and veneers.
Collins Aerospace will also showcase its
Venue CMS, Stage on-demand content delivery
and ARINCDirectSM flight planning service. In
addition, experts will be on hand to discuss the
company’s ADS-B upgrade, head-up guidance
systems and other service offerings.
A new upholstery shop and expanded
cabinetry shops will be the focus of
discussion on Air Capital Interiors’ stand.
The company welcomes partnership
opportunities with other maintenance
and repair stations, saying planned
aircraft downtimes for maintenance are
the perfect time for customers to touch
up or refurbish an interior.
The booth will showcase Air Capital
Interiors’ veneer, laminate and upholstery
capabilities, including custom designs
such as laser marquetry. The company
will also be recognizing its sixth year in
business during the show.