Innovate to differentiate. Airlines are working hard to enhance the customer experience. From in-pocket apps to inflight advances, here’s a photo gallery of seven quick ideas to help airline marketers get inspired.
Image credit: Priestman Goode.
London design group Priestman Goode worked on the new first class seating for United Airlines.
Image credit: B/E Aerospace
Entrepreneur Magazine reported on the award winning VIU LED lighting system from US company B/E Aerospace.
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Aviation specialists Factory Design of London have created the space efficient ‘Air Lair’ concept. Passengers can control their own lighting, sound and ambient temperature.
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The Boeing ‘Fresh Lavatory’ is a self-cleaning concept WC that uses UV light to sanitize the zone. The tap, door lock, hands dryer and flush will all be hands-free too.
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The award winning seat design from Rebel Aero is ideal for tall passengers in economy class. It could also help avoid deep vein thrombosis and blood clots by enabling more passenger movement.
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Looking for a low-cost way to increase the passenger UX. The HeadRest has been designed by Delft University of The Netherlands. Comfortably cradles the head when sleeping, and can be removed when not in use.
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The Brightside website reported on the airline IFE system from Dutch company AirFi. The screen can be used to read magazines or order food, and the IFE system can upload data direct to the passenger’s app.
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