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The 7 best products for aircraft cabins in 2014

Hamburg, 08 April, 2014: This year’s winners of the world’s most famous and highly regarded prize for aircraft interiors have been decided. DIEHL Aerospace, B/E Aerospace, Schott, ZIM Flugsitz, Lufthansa Technik, Paperclip Design and Delft Technical University were amongst the seven winners to raise the glowing white trophies in the Ball Room of the Hotel Atlantic Kempinski on the banks Hamburg’s Outer Alster lake this evening. Just yesterday, each of the 21 finalists appeared in person before t


21 products for the aircraft cabins of tomorrow

Hamburg, March 5th 2014: From such futuristic concepts as an aircraft seat with a touchscreen in the backrest all the way to pragmatic products like a laptop charging point at each seat, the finalists for this year’s Crystal Cabin Awards are providing a good overview of what passengers can expect to see on board very soon. Again and again it comes down to the burning question: how can an increase in passenger comfort be combined with an increase in efficiency for flight operations. This was also


Shortlist Crystal Cabin Award 2014: from fine thread to a giant airship!

Hamburg, 17 December, 2013: 61 submissions from twelve countries were received by the Crystal Cabin Award Association in Hamburg this year. After detailed examination by the six-person preselection committee, 56 of them from twelve nations are now in the race. Unfortunately, five submissions did not fulfil the conditions of entries. The members of the preselection committee were delighted not only by the keen international participation in this, the world’s first and only prize for innovation in


Wanted: innovative ideas that can take off!

Hamburg, 01 October, 2013: For the eighth year running, the Crystal Cabin Award Association is calling for entries – the latest products and concepts to noticeably improve air travel and protect resources – for the international aircraft cabin competition. The application phase begins on 9 October and concludes on 12 November, 2013. Just participating is already beneficial for many companies. It allows them to test the market potential of their products and concepts. Ultimately, reaching the fin


7 Trophies for New Ideas in the Aircraft Cabin

 Hamburg, 9 April, 2013: Beaming winners are holding gleaming trophies in their hands. Representatives of the seven companies have just been honoured with the Crystal Cabin Award for their innovations in aircraft interiors at a ceremony in the Hotel Atlantic in Hamburg. The unique cabin prize was won by Boeing, Diehl Aircabin, Dornier Technologie Systems, HAW Hamburg, Meru, Thales, Zodiac Aerospace. A total of 47 entries from eleven countries were received by the Crystal Cabin Award Associa


The tension is rising – finalists have been named!

Hamburg, 5 March, 2013: Live TV in the air, an entertainment programme controlled with eye movements and gestures, more space for cabin baggage, tables that are not only cleaner and more stylish but perhaps even include stowage for mobile telephones, etc. These are just a few examples of the 21 innovative products and concepts that have made into the final round of the Crystal Cabin Award 2013. The 25 experts on the international Judging Panel have viewed and evaluated 47 entries over the past w


Little surprises with a big effect

Hamburg, 28 January, 2013: Customer friendliness is a characteristic of a remarkable number of the products entered for this year’s Crystal Cabin Award. And “customer” here refers not just to the airline, but also – indeed, first and foremost – to the passenger. The 5 members of the preselection committee have just finished assessing all the entries received by the Crystal Cabin Award Association in Hamburg to see if they fulfil the conditions of entry. They were surprised by a number of interes


Wanted: innovations for the aircraft cabin!

Submission phase for Crystal Cabin Award 2013: 8 October to 13 November.

Hamburg, 25 September 2012: Products that make travelling in the cabin of an aircraft more comfortable and protect the environment, materials that reduce manufacturing costs and increase usability, concepts for tomorrow’s aviation. On top of that they are new, unique, marketable, practicable and feasible. These are the hot favourites, the innovations that could win prizes, the ones that should be taking part in the Crystal


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