Posted on: 18 May 2016 by Mark Howells
Mecaer Aviation Group’s (MAG’s) luxury interior, the MAGnificent, has been validated by the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA).
The MAGnificent can be installed in factory new or post production-line aircraft and offers flexibility in configuration. VIP clients can choose from four-, five- or six-seat layouts with options for up to two centre consoles, MAG’s proprietary I-FEEL (in-flight entertainment enhanced lounge) and passenger-controlled electro-chromic windows. The interior includes two of MAG’s proprietary technologies. The “SILENS” noise-cancelling system has successfully reduced the cabin noise to a level where normal conversation can be conducted between passengers without headsets. MAG’s I-FEEL technology provides passengers with moving jet maps and audio/video entertainment, along with internal Wi-Fi interface to personal smart devices.“All of us at MAG are extremely proud to have received the FAA validation for the MAGnificent,” said Armando Sassoli, co-general manager of Mecaer Aviation Group. “This major milestone paves the way for many interiors in the US.”
The first MAGnificent interior was installed in the Bell 429 last year and since then has been on a number of demonstration tours around the globe.