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Recaro Aircraft Seating to present its new Five-Star package at AIX

Posted 28 March 2017 · Add Comment

At this year's Aircraft Interiors Expo in Hamburg (AIX) , German aircraft manufacturer Recaro Aircraft Seating will be presenting its new Five-Star package.

With this package, the company said airlines can offer passengers added value in terms of comfort while working efficiently and economically. Customer Service, FlexSeat, Wellbeing, Antibacterial Solutions and iSeat are the five new stars above the clouds.

“The customisation trend in the aviation sector continues unabated. It is with this in mind that our focus at the trade show will reflect exactly what the market wants: customised solutions and creative approaches. Every customer is unique for us and has their unique wishes and needs. As a partner and innovation driver, we will be offering our five-star programme to airlines and aircraft manufacturers in the future with a unique portfolio of add-on services offering maximum flexibility and cost-efficiency, while providing passengers with the highest level of comfort and safety,” said Dr. Mark Hiller, chief executive officer and Shareholder, Recaro Aircraft Seating.

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