With over 8 million people choosing to fly — to destinations around the world — every single day, the pressure on airlines to economize is palpable. Without sacrificing their quality of service, how do airlines remain competitive at the international level? Some commercial fabric manufacturers have taken the problem to heart, generating industrial textile solutions that are giving airlines more traction in the new global economy.
According to experts, about one-third of all airline flights are undertaken for business purposes, with over 450 million discrete trips recorded last year alone. Given concerns about passenger comfort and the necessity of attracting repeat business, some airlines have chosen