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Libyan Wings partners with design specialist JPA for cabin comfort

Posted 8 February 2015 · Add Comment

Passengers travelling on Libyan Wings, the new Tripoli-based airline, can expect exceptional style and comfort on board with the cabin interiors having been designed by London and Singapore based award winning transport and hospitality design specialist JPA Design.

 A fresh, unique and contemporary look will greet passengers where  ergonomically designed seats will offer maximum space and comfort so as to help make journeys enjoyable. 

In conjunction with Libyan Wings, JPA Design has created a design that reflects the forward thinking and high ambitions of an emerging airline. Investing wisely in the best cabin and seating materials available, JPA has worked hard to ensure that the design is elegant, simple and functional. Against a backdrop of richly textured metallic greys, the seat colours draw on Libyan Wings' brand palette which presents a professional, efficient, reliable and modern cabin that not only looks great but will perform well in service.   

Tim Manson, design director at JPA Design said of working with Libyan Wings; "It is great to be involved from the outset at such an exciting time for a new airline. Working closely as a team, we believe we have created a distinctive cabin environment for Libyan Wings that we know will delight its customers for years to come." 

Libyan Wings’ two A319 aircraft are configured for 12 passengers in business class, with a seat pitch of 39” and 108 passengers in economy with a seat pitch of 32" & 33” 

“In choosing an industry leading design agency like JPA to create our cabin interiors, we are restating our commitment  to deliver the best passenger experience not only aesthetically but also in terms of personal space and comfort,” said Libyan Wings’  chief executive officer, Edgardo Badiali. 

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