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Cabin Fever

Up in the air stuck in a metal tube for hours, can flying ever be a nice experience? Peter Day meets a clutch of British-based experts trying to improve the way the world flies.

Cabin Fever
Finding your comfort zone can be difficult at 35,000 feet. As cash strapped carriers try to put more passengers on each plane, flyers are feeling the squeeze. But there are innovations and advancements being made in aircraft design and London is leading the way with a cluster of firms in this specialist market. Peter Day asks about the width and breadth of these changes and when they will start to make some difference to air travellers everywhere.

Producer: Sandra Kanthal.

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30 minutes

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Sun 14 Dec 2014 21:30

Contributors to this programme

Chris Brady, Managing Director, Acro Aircraft Seating

 

Adrian Berry, co -Founder, Factory Design

 

Paul Priestman Director, Priestman Goode

 

Nik Lusardi, Design Manager, Customer Experience, Virgin Atlantic

 

John Heath, Group Design and Technical Director, Aim Aviation

 

James Park , Founder JPA Design

 

John Tighe, Design Director  JPA Design

 

 

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