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Starling Aerospace signs contract with Ethiopian Airlines

Posted 28 April 2015 · Add Comment

Starling Aerospace has secured a contract with Ethiopian Airlines to supply its 6G seat and 16G berthable divan, part of the Role Change Kit.

 

The company will supply the airline for its B767 / B757 / B737-700 & -800 fleet.

 

A Starling Aerospace representative said: “A Our cost effective re-upholstery solution for 16g Economy seating was well received and resulted in securing a £300,000 contract from a key European carrier for their B737 / B767 fleet; the IFE Cube was launched at the Hamburg Interiors show to much acclaim; plus our our Upgrade Lavatory programme attracted considerable attention. Several excellent orders were placed at the event.”

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