TAP Portugal has signed an agreement with Airbus to be the first operator of the new A330neo widebody. As a result, TAP Portugal also will be the launch carrier for the Airspace by Airbus cabin brand in the A330neo.

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Airbus has launched a new ‘Airspace by Airbus’ cabin interior-design brand, which will make its first appearance in the cabin for the forthcoming A330neo airliner.

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JetBlue Airways has decided to install 162 seats rather than the originally planned 165 seats in retrofitting each of its Airbus A320 jets with new cabin interiors. Each JetBlue A320 currently has 150 seats, so JetBlue’s A320 cabin refurbishment will see it add 12 more seats in each aircraft.

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The manufacturer revealed at the Farnborough International Airshow 2014 on July 15 that it would apply Boeing 787 Dreamliner cabin innovations to the interior of the Boeing 777X family.

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A day before its delivery flight, I went onboard Air New Zealand’s first Boeing 787-9 – the first 787-9 delivered to any customer and also the first long-haul jet painted in Air New Zealand’s glossy black ‘All Black’ theme livery – to see for myself the innovative new cabin-interior features the airline had installed.

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Air Canada has unveiled a new international cabin design and new seating, to be introduced on its Boeing 787 Dreamliner fleet. The airline will take delivery in the spring of 2014 of the first of the 37 Boeing 787 widebodies it has on firm order.

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The American A319 Main Cabin definitely has a modern-day feel overall. American expects this feel to remain rather timeless. While each Main Cabin seat only has 30 inches of legroom, it feels like there is much more.

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Alaska Airlines is installing in most of its Boeing 737NG aircraft new Recaro seats like those in its new 737-900ERs, allowing the carrier to add more seats in each aircraft’s cabin while providing the same amount of personal space for each passenger in each aircraft as they have now.

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Named ‘Evolve: The New Southwest Interior’, the cabin update makes use of durable and environmentally responsible products to reduce waste and create weight savings on board the aircraft, while (according to the airline) enhancing comfort for customers.

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