Airbus introduces a revolutionary design for narrow-body aircraft

Airbus unveils new photos from the innovative cabin designed for A320 aircraft and will be unveiled for the first time on Jet Blue aircraft in a few months

The new design of the Airbus A320 aircraft. Airbus imaging

Aircraft maker Airbus Has unveiled new images from the impressive new cabin design that is still undergoing final tests before it is finally shown on the planes. At the same time, the special design can not be ignored with the LED lighting that is customizable and gives a feeling of something new in the air. Even the toilets have received a new design and antimicrobial coating and many operations that will be performed in the cell without hand contact.

There are also more practical changes like extra large storage compartments and redesigned windows to let in more light. The window shades will also have some changes that will make them brighter. Modifications to the side walls provide a wider cabin and similar to the larger Airbus A330neo and A350 aircraft. Even the entrance area to the plane has been redesigned to be more welcoming to passengers and friendly to the crew.

The photos feature an elegant and well-thought-out design designed to make the flight as comfortable as possible. The program focuses on four key areas: comfort, atmosphere, service and design. The new interior images seem to reflect these core values, which is not surprising since it has taken almost four years of design since the Airbus A320 aircraft plan was announced in 2017.

The entrance area to the aircraft has been redesigned to be more welcoming to passengers and friendly to the crew. Airbus imaging

The initial testing phase of the new design has already been completed, but further testing is needed to see how it performs in flight. The initial in-flight inspection proved that the cabin is far beyond what we were used to seeing. Special cameras and sensors throughout the interior were connected to dedicated equipment for flight test and recording in the cabin so that engineers could analyze the performance and characteristics of the cabin components in real time as well as in the laboratory afterwards. Now the second flight testing phase, along with the lessons learned from the previous flight, will help ensure a better product upon its entry into service in the coming months.

One thing can be seen in the photos and has not received a reference from the aircraft manufacturer Airbus or the airline Jet Blue, Because the convenience comes at the expense of the number of passengers, which will probably be smaller and may increase the prices of airline tickets.

Assuming the tests go well, the new cabin of the A320 will be introduced for the first time in the Jet Blue aircraft fleet. The airline has 130 Airbus A320-200 aircraft in its fleet, one of the largest A320 fleets in the world. Jet Blue plans to get 15 new aircraft this year, but not new A320s. Thus the new cabin will fit into the existing fleet. The average age of the fleet is almost 16 years, so refurbishing the cabin will bring the old aircraft to a new standard.

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