The globally celebrated travel event RedCabin has announced its next Summit -- Aircraft Cabin Innovation. The Summit, sponsored by Sekisui Kydex, Binder Group and PACE, will occur in Lake Constance in Germany at Bodenseeforum Konstanz from 6-8 December 2021. The C-suite executives from the aviation industry worldwide will participate in the three-day event and discuss product innovations that can enhance the onboard experience for both airlines and passengers.
The focus of the event remains on three objectives – Sustainability, Accessibility and Innovation. The event will explore new technologies, materials and structures suitable for airlines that can minimize the environmental impact of air travel. The event would also look into ‘green aviation’ initiatives, emphasizing on recycling of aircraft interiors.
Aircraft Cabin Innovation Summit to feature a tour of the Dornier Aerospace Museum
Among other events, the Summit will feature a tour of the Dornier Aerospace Museum, a museum that exhibits the aircraft designs of Claude Dornier, the Dornier company and the aerospace products of Airbus. The senior executives from leading airlines, design houses and aircraft manufacturers will interact with RedCabin’s interactive working groups. The expected participants include Delta Air Lines, Collins Aerospace, Safran Cabin, Boeing, Diehl Aviation, TU Delft, Counterpoint and Sekisui Kydex.
“We all want to see the aviation industry flourishing again, and it is with pioneering spirits, innovative mindsets, and determination that it will happen. RedCabin summits are famous for all these attributes and are built on a spirit of collaboration – creating the forum for important debates and workshops that foster a visionary approach to the future of aerospace,” commented Sven Achilles, CEO, ZIM Aircraft Seating.
“By bringing together the industry’s finest pioneers, we can share knowledge and ideas that help tackle the biggest challenges facing aviation today. While there is still a degree of uncertainty around the future, one thing is clear: the aviation recovery starts here,” Monica Wick, founder and CEO, RedCabin, added.
Besides the aviation industry, RedCabin also focuses on automotive and railway interiors. The mission is to bring partnerships, processes and products together to transform the way people travel.