Aircraft Maintenance Technology

OCT 2018

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32 OCTOBER 2018 AIRCRAFT MAINTENANCE TECHNOLOGY BUSINESS AVIATION The trends when it comes to the interior are “less is more,” states Welch, who explains there is not a lot of pattern on the sidewalls anymore. “You have a nice seat leather color, a bit of pattern or detail on the carpet, but the side wall is very clean looking without a lot of pattern,” she says. “Contrast comes in if you have a gray seat and a darker carpet and veneer.” Cooler tones are becoming popular. “There are more grays, blacks, or charcoal tones than before,” she says. “There might be a pop of color with pillows, blankets, or color stitching, but otherwise it’s pretty neutral.” Cabinetry is often customized to the end user. “Every aircraft user is truly unique in how they want their galleys to look,” Welch adds. “They want their galley to be a showpiece. They want doors and drawers where you can see their nice stemware Ice Shield De-icing Systems Ice Shield De-icing Systems offers… • Part for Part Replacement • Easy Installation • Technical Support • 48-hour Guaranteed Delivery Ice Shield is a Faster, Better, Smarter way to protect your aircraft from icing. For more information please visit or 800.767.6899

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