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Latest Edition - September/October 2014
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- Viewpoint - 'Owning responsibility'. Liz Moscrop on what’s coming soon to an exhibit hall near you.
- News - 'IFEC headlines'. Tidings from around the IFEC and cabin systems sectors.
- Guest column - 'The last word'. Brendan Viggers of IFS focuses on wearable tech.
- Content - 'An entertaining contest'. Whatever the delivery method, IFE requires quality content.
- Seating - 'Sitting pretty'. Seats that meet the needs of both airlines and passengers.
- Security - 'Terminally insecure'. The challenges of protecting aircraft systems in today’s world.
- Content - 'The key to captivating content'. CSPs keep us entertained.
- Show preview - 'The APEX specs'. What to look out for in Anaheim this September.
- Operator profile - 'Britain’s got talent'. The UK’s national carrier flies the flag.
- Manufacturer profile - 'The stuff that dreams are made of'. Boeing’s brilliant business jets.
- Interiors - 'Cabin fever'. The hottest VIP interiors take to the skies.
- Show preview - 'All the fun of the fare'. IFEC takes centre stage at NBAA this year.
- Show review - 'Oshkosh rocks'. The world’s largest GA show hints at technology to come.
- Supplier profile - 'Passing with Flying Colours'. Completions the Canadian way.
- Telemedicine - 'Telemedical magic'. Lifesaving systems come to the rescue in the air.
- Inflight revenue - 'Sky-high pricing'. The onboard mall for the shopaholic traveller.
- Industry analysis - 'The shape of things to come'. Major players mould the market.
- Show preview - 'AIX-ellent turnout'. All the IFEC at Aircraft Interiors Expo Americas.
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