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Boeing awards Ipeco 777X High Comfort Attendant Seat contract

Posted 4 April 2017 · Add Comment

Boeing has awarded Ipeco to design and manufacture a High Comfort Attendant Seat (HCAS) for the next generation Boeing 777X airplane. This success follows on from the contract award last year for the Pilot and Observer seating for this exciting new programme.

The HCAS will be offered as an option to airlines with an anticipated selection rate of up to four seats per airplane.

It is the first time that Boeing has awarded a cabin attendant seat programme to Ipeco. 

 

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