Seattle, Washington -- The latest solutions for aircraft interiors buyers' will be the focus at Aircraft Interiors Expo Americas 2011, to be held 12-14 Sept at the Washington State Convention Center in Seattle.
In the continuing search for ever lighter but cost- effective seat and monument coverings, Perrone Aerospace will be showing its latest leather-alternative range - EnduraLite. Billed as economical, lightweight and a durable alternative to real leather, EnduraLite weighs 1.3 ounces per sq.ft - more than 50 percent lighter than traditional leather. The product looks and feels like leather and yet it is made using a 100-percent fire retardant polyurethane face and a proprietary polyester blend backing for high levels of durability.
Other highlights include AIM Aerospace's new business bar concept for Boeing B777's and Airbus A330's, with styling input from French industrial designers JCE. The company will also have its Front Row Furniture module, which is currently in service with Air China, on show. These units are being delivered on new B777-300's in support of B/E Aerospace's Diamond lie-flat seats.
Exhibition Director, John Hyde, said: "Aircraft Interiors Expo Americas is now in its third edition and the response from industry has been amazing. The fact that every available square meter of booth space has been allocated is clear evidence of the robust nature of the North American cabin interiors market and the standing of this event."
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