Bombardier Commercial Aircraft Features the Best-in-Class C Series and CRJ Cabins
Bombardier Commercial Aircraft is showcasing its best-in-class C Series cabin and the newly redesigned CRJ cabin at the Aircraft Interiors Expo in Hamburg, Germany from April 4 to 6, 2017.
Patrick Baudis, Vice President of Marketing for Bombardier Commercial Aircraft said, “We are pleased to be participating in the Aircraft Interiors Expo for the first time in our history and we are proud to be unveiling our C Series cabin mock up at AIX - the only brand new cross-section cabin to be displayed at the show. We are equally proud to present the newly redesigned interior for the CRJ regional aircraft. We are pushing the market towards new cabin comfort standards with the C Series and the new CRJ cabins that were both designed around the passenger.”
Ross Mitchell, Vice President, Commercial Operations, Bombardier Commercial Aircraft added, “Our customers love the C Series cabin. Their crew find it most convenient and their passengers are impressed with the amount of space and light they get when flying on board a C Series aircraft. The feeling of space we created with the C Series cabin design gives passengers the impression they are flying on a widebody aircraft. The contemporary CRJ cabin provides more space for carry-on bags and offers several new options to enable airlines to customize their configurations.”
On Monday April 3rd during the Passenger Experience Conference representatives from SWISS and AirBaltic, in company with Bombardier Commercial Aircraft’s Patrick Baudis, will reveal C Series passenger experience and comments that were gathered after 8 months in service. Visitors to AIX will be able to participate in Bombardier’s new C Series cabin mock-up which demonstrates the future of comfort experience that this cabin design is now contributing to the market. Participants at the expo will also be able get a sneak-peak at the new CRJ regional aircraft cabin which has a fresh contemporary design through virtual reality devices. The cabin design will also have retrofit capabilities for airlines that want to upgrade their previous cabin to the brand new one that is now an option.
Posted on April 21, 2017