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TCI and Airbus for A350 XWB Bar Unit

Posted 8 April 2019 · Add Comment

TCI Cabin Interior has reached an agreement with Airbus to be a Bar Unit supplier of Airbus A350 XWB aircraft.

 

TCI, will design, certify and manufacture A350 XWB Bar Units according to upscale requests of Airlines and requirements of Airbus. This agreement has been a critical milestone for TCI as being a supplier for Airbus.

Since its commercial service entry in 2015, A350 XWB operators and passengers around the world have experienced the unbeatable efficiency and comfort of the world’s most modern wide body family and the long-range leader. The A350 XWB offers by design unrivalled operational flexibility and efficiency for all market segments up to ultra-long haul (9,700 nm). Its “Airspace by Airbus” cabin is the quietest in its class and offers passengers and crews the most modern in-flight products for an exclusive flying experience.

TCI Cabin Interior, joint venture of Turkish Airlines and TAI (Turkish Aerospace Industries); two major aviation companies of Turkey, was established to carry the strength and quality of the two exceptional companies into Aircraft Cabin Interiors industry. TCI is located in 500.000 sqm HABOM facilities, which is planned to be the new hub of MRO services in the region and is located in Sabiha Gokcen Airport of Istanbul.

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