AviationGlass & Technology, a Dutch company specialized in the research, development and production of glass products for the aviation industry, today announced that it is exhibiting at NBAA 2015 taking place in Las Vegas, USA, from November 17-19, 2015. Located in the Las Vegas Convention Center at booth number C10146, the company will demonstrate how its AeroGlass mirrors, transparencies and ornamental glass panels will continue to greatly influence the design as well as the emotional comfort of passengers in aircraft cabins interiors of the future.
NBAA’s Business Aviation Convention & Exhibition (NBAA2015) will bring together 26,000 key aviation contacts from around the world, including current and prospective business aircraft owners, manufacturers and customers.
AviationGlass & Technology unveiled its range of AeroGlass products last year at NBAA 2014 and will introduce new enhancements to the range at this year’s exhibition. The company’s AeroGlass Mirror and AeroGlass Lens made history in June this year by receiving the world’s first ever aviation authority approval on ultra-thin, lightweight glass for aircraft cabin interiors. A Supplemental Type Certificate and Production Organization Approval was issued by the European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) and was followed by an ISO9001 certification less than three months later.
John Rietveldt, AviationGlass & Technology’s CEO, said, “It is well known that interior design in the home or in retail can induce a strong response in a person’s emotional state as well as positively impact our perception of well-being. This also applies to aircraft interiors, where business jet owners and commercial airline passengers are seeking more comfort and style during their flights. Aircraft interior design is on the verge of a new era where crystal clear visibility, increased transparency and new lighting possibilities will drive how space inside the cabin is utilized. Coupled with durability and safety, AeroGlass products provide the perfect platform for aircraft manufacturers to deliver this vision to their customers.”