From restoring passenger confidence with enhanced hygiene measures to a reshaped global fleet with narrow bodies on more long-haul routes, the response to the pandemic is altering the look and feel of the aircraft interior. Hear from industry experts on how they think the flying experience will change during the recovery.


Markus Hollerer, Head of Strategy and Products, Recaro

Markus Hölllerer

Markus is an aviation enthusiast with an aeronautical engineering degree from Munich University of Applied Sciences and an MBA in General Management with HHL Leipzig.

Markus has 20 years’ plus of experience in various positions in military and commercial aviation and his focus has been on commercial aircraft cabins – IFE & seating solutions for the vast majority. For the last ten years with Recaro, Markus started in a product development role before moving to Corporate Strategy and taking on Product Management respectively at a later stage.

Ingo Wuggetzer, Vice President Cabin Marketing, Airbus


Ingo Wuggetzer is Vice President Cabin Marketing at Airbus and responsible for the cross programme coverage of all Cabin Marketing activities - starting with the identification of future customer needs, up to customer campaign activities to create value-added solutions by a consumer-centric approach.

Prior to Airbus, Ingo spent over 10 years at Lufthansa in Corporate Strategy and also as General Manager of Cabin Development and Product Innovation for the airline’s in-flight-products, after starting his career with an international consultancy.

Andres Budo, Senior Vice President, AVIC Cabin Systems

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Andres has a degree in Aerospace Engineering. He worked at Airbus before becoming CEO of Thompson Aero Seating in 2018. Moving to AVIC Cabin Systems (ACS) in 2020, Andres takes responsibility for the commercial organisation.

Murdo Morrison, FlightGlobal (moderator)

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