VIDEO: What’s hot inside the aircraft cabin (2010)

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5 Responses to VIDEO: What’s hot inside the aircraft cabin (2010)

  1. Scoreboard May 4, 2010 at 5:14 pm #


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  2. Bendixen May 14, 2010 at 6:08 am #

    Thanks Mary for your information, well done.
    Can you connect me with Inflight entertainment contacts, who need content for there interactiv screens. I produced a tv show in germany called “The funniest Commercials of the world” I have one of the biggest Spot Librarys of funny commercials worldwide here and like to produce short programs with this content for Airlines.

    Tanks for your help, Uwe Bendixen, Munich Germany

  3. Sergio May 14, 2010 at 11:06 am #

    Have you ever noticed the natural cluster for aircraft interiors that is being formed in Mexicali -Tijuana Baja California Mexico northern Zone?

    Companies like:
    Volare engineering – Aerospace engineering and Design of aircraft passenger cabin monuments, galleys furniture and cabinetry

    C&D Zodiac (Aerodesign): Manufacturing of Bins, side walls ceiling panels

    Triumph Group: Insulation blankets & seat components.

    Empress ELM: Auxiliary equipment and Actuator electrical motors

    Rockwell Collins: Wire harnessing and avionics

    Honeywell Aerospace laboratory: aircraft components

    Eaton Aerospace: Aircraft components

    Gulfstream Aerospace – Manufacturing of 70% of Gulfstream aircraft components

    LMI Aerospace- Type I components for aerostructures and airframe

    Hutchinson: Seals

    Goodrich: Composites structures

    Besides the network created through FEMIA (Mexican Federation of Aerospace Industry)

    We know, most of these companies are Maquiladoras from foreign big corporates from USA, Canada and Europe, that besides of reducing operational costs to their former owners, they may (and eventually will) be a very viable possibility for low cost component integration for aircraft refurbishment projects from Mexicali or Tijuana’s Airports.

    Baja California, Most northern Mexican State, is neighbor of Southern California -Nevada – Arizona which is the number one technology cluster in the world with established companies to build a complete airplane, ensuring necessary material, component and service suppliers for this given opportunity

    Currently Baja counts wit 40 Aerospace related companies which convert us in the bigger Aerospace company concentrator from the 120 total established in Mexico. Generating more than 12,000 persons(50% of total employment in this sector in Mexico)ensuring certified hand labor for this industry sector

    Main objective: Reducing considerably costs to final user, client or aircraft owners due logistics, component transportation, import / Expo tax fees,turn around, and more important: certification, since BASA trade between Mexico and FAA is being more structured day by day allowing Mexico to be eligible candidate to sell their own certified components and certify operations of aerospace sector that are being fully supported by federal government FAA and FEMIA.

    I Invite you to call me for further information on this great opportunity that may be of big interest to aircraft interiors investors.

    Ing. Sergio Segura
    Volare Engineering S de RL de CV
    Mexicali Baja California Mexico
    Tel + 52 686 567 4998 ext 100
    skype: sergio.segura.cisneros

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