Matt Johnson

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Inside the future of aviation technology

Step inside what the future of air travel could entail as we design smarter and more comfortable experiences for the everyday traveler. Welcome to the Overture.

Special materials help prevent bacterial buildup. This is especially useful in saving time between flight cleanups.

Antimicrobial finishes

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From NASA to the interiors of government official vehicles, these fabrics will become the industry standard.

They are often made of microfibers (synthetic fibers up to 60 times finer than human hair).

Elastic but strong, spider silk is equal to steel in tensile strength and much tougher than carbon fiber.

We could make air travel more comfortable and a better experience for all.

Restructured Seating

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Spacious cabin design also contributes to easy maintenance, not just safety. Comfortable seats enable window view and aisle access for better convenience on longer flights.

Comfort and safety will become the standard expectations of modern travel.

En-route to destination features within airports and shuttles will steer clear of anything high-touch.

High-tech,  low-touch airport architecture

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It all contributes to a greater sense of ease and freedom as travelers move about space en route to different cultural spaces.

Safety, comfort, and autonomy work together in the future of air travel. It’s technology working in harmony with its environment.

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