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Colour, materials and finish (CMF) have always been hugely important for aircraft interior designers and suppliers when reflecting an airline brand and soothing the passenger experience. PAX Tech talks to …

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Colour Me Calm as Acumen talk about Colour, Material, and Finish with PAX

Colour, materials and finish (CMF) have always been hugely important for aircraft interior designers and suppliers when reflecting an airline brand and soothing the passenger experience. PAX Tech talks to Acumen’s Lizzie Spreadbury in their article on page 7.

Airplane seat revolution creates one of biggest beds in the sky

One of the largest beds in the sky is set to debut in just a few months time when JetBlue starts flying its A321neos from Boston and New York to London. JetBlue's new Mint Studio offering consists of two mini-rooms at the front of its newest planes, each with a comfortable seat that turns into its own fully flat bed…

How Acumen's Mint cabin design for JetBlue enhances privacy and comfort

JetBlue announced a major refresh to its Mint service in late-November and in February launched its new A321neo Business Class cabin alongside its official designer partner Acumen Design Associates. Featuring the new Mint Suite and Mint Studio, the A321 will commission JetBlue’s anticipated flights to London starting this summer. A layout with fewer seats will debut on a limited number of flights between New York and Los Angeles this year.

Extendable lavatory brings comfort and dignity back to passengers

Dignity is coming back to the airline lavatory, which in recent years has been a source of growing complaints from passengers. At best they find newly slimmed-down lavatories on narrowbody aircraft difficult to move in, or more seriously have to enter backwards if they cannot turn around once inside. Visits to constrained lavatories will grow as narrowbody aircraft fly more…

JetBlue unveils new cabin interior

JetBlue unveils new A321neo cabin interior with seat 'backpack' stowage systems and a redesigned snack station renamed 'The Pantry'.

ANA reveals redesigned B777-300ER luxury cabins

All Nippon Airways (ANA), Japan’s largest airline, has collaborated with highly regarded Japanese architect, Kengo Kuma, and leading British designers, Acumen to completely redesign the cabins of 12 of its Boeing 777-300ER aircraft.
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