27 November 2019
Radisson Blu Edwardian Hotel, Heathrow, London, UK
Exploring the challenges and opportunities of providing passengers a comfortable and healthy cabin space
The airline industry is just beginning to take a serious look at the cabin environment and how it affects its customers. This has become even more significant with the announcement of the Airbus A321XLR, a narrowbody aircraft capable of flying for eight hours; Singapore Airlines’ 18-hour flight to New York; and Project Sunrise from Qantas, non-stop commercial flights from the east coast of Australia
to London and New York.
In response, Aircraft Cabin Management has launched the very first Passenger Wellbeing Conference.
This new one-day event focuses on the latest innovations in designing a comfortable travelling cabin on board aircrafts. It takes a looks at the current challenges and latest trends of providing passengers with a comfortable and healthy cabin space with a debate over the solutions to help improve this.
Our in-depth agenda will cover themes such as air quality, humidity, temperature, lighting and catering, as well as how disrupting factors like digitalisation can help improve the quality of a passenger’s journey within the air. We are bringing together senior-level executives from airlines and OEMs to discuss industry solutions over a day of interactive discussions, presentations and case studies.
Join us for our exclusive one-day event for exclusive networking opportunities
and informative talks with your peers.