JetBlue Mint A320 NEO
The Mint Cabin brings New York's Signature urban style to the skies.
JetBlue decided to stick to its traditional grey colour palette for these seats, but the grey has been darkened to graphite making it feel overall more premium and sophisticated as well as reflecting the stylised concrete finishes . Pressure mapping has been utilised within the design process to increase comfort.
Sabeti Wain Aerospace has worked alongside JetBlue, Thompson Aero Seating and Acumen to design and manufacture the ultimate passenger in-flight comfort.
JetBlue A321 NEO
Even More Space
Showcasing a stylish custom made E-Leather dress cover designed by Acumen, JetBlue's new Core and Even More Space seats combined with the new cabin set the standard for the airlines passenger experience. Sabeti Wain Aerospace has worked along side JetBlue, Acumen and Collins Aerospace to create the perfect balance between comfort, style and functionality.
The Even More Space seats feature a stand out orange halo highlighting the increased seat pitch and adjustable padded headrest whilst the Core seats have JetBlue's distinctive blue branding embellished on them.
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JetBlue A321 NEO
Etihad A350 SD
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Sabeti Wain Aerospace has designed truly bespoke seat covers for Aegean Airlines. The seats feature precise stitching combining the symmetry and sharp angles inspired by Greek architecture, this detail is carried on through the headrests as well as other soft finishings within the cabin. The colour palette is also inspired by Greek spirit featuring Aegean Blue, Silver Blue and White, mirroring the new twin-gull logo inspired by the balance between the Aegean Sea and surrounding skies that unite the Greek nation.
Finnair A350 Economy
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We have collaborated with Fering Technologies on a new and exciting project the Fering Pioneer! Using our world leading expertise in lightweight aerospace design and manufacture we have assisted to research, develop and produce lightweight, washable interior and exterior skin panels from canvas similar to that used in hiking boots. The fabric chosen brings with it a number of benefits: it is lighter; less prone to damage and is more insulating that the usual metal skins used in most vehicles, meaning the vehicle can thrive in the extreme conditions of the cold polar regions and arid deserts.
A big thank you to the Fering Team for including us it this incredible project.
Sabeti Wain Aerospace had the honor of being involved in the Orbis International Flying Eye Hospital seat cover refresh alongside LIFT Aero Design, Botany Weaving, Replin by Hainsworth, Schneller LLC, Tapis Coporation and Mankiewicz Aviation Coatings.
The design was inspired by the Landolt C Vision Test highlighting the work that Orbis International does to help fight avoidable blindness. All services have been donated by the companies involved to support this amazing cause.
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