Photos: Flying on cloud nine

Photos: Flying on cloud nine

Summary: Airlines showed off some of their new passenger comforts at the Aircraft Interiors Expo.

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  • Boeing lighting

    The lighting on the Boeing 787 Dreamliner works with arrays of light emitting diodes. The crew can control the lighting and color to give passengers a sense of daylight or simulate a nighttime sky.

  • Airbus clouds

    Not to be outdone, the Airbus a350 ceiling in business class will offer clouds and other skyscapes.

  • solar seat

    Contour Premium Aircraft Seating unveils a new perk for business class. The "Solar" seat can be a 6-foot 3-inch long bed with up to 31-inches of space at the shoulders. It also has a fully integrated in-flight entertainment system, in-seat power for portable entertainment devices and a massage feature. Air Canada will receive the first Solar seats this month.

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