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STG Aerospace's certified liTeMood wins PAX Award

Posted 25 April 2017 · Add Comment

At the PAX International Readership Awards ceremony held earlier this month at the Radisson Blu Hotel in Hamburg, STG Aerospace was awarded winner of the 'Best Cabin Interior Passenger Experience Enhancement' category with its revolutionary square-beam liTeMood LED Reading Lights.



Now in their 3rd year, the annual PAX Readership Awards offers the opportunity for the readers to vote for the industry’s most deserving players.

Nigel Duncan, Chief Executive of STG Aerospace, who collected the award on behalf of STG Aerospace, commented: “The STG Aerospace team are delighted to win this award. Readers of PAX International have shown their confidence in how our new reading light will enhance the passenger experience. This award is also a testament to the research, attention to detail and dedication the STG Aerospace team have put into developing and bringing to market such an innovative human-centric cabin light.”

Certified for Boeing 737NG and 757 aircraft types in March 2017, STG Aerospace liTeMood LED Reading Lights are already in service with Titan Airways and Blue Air  - which contributed to the certification trials - and feature a unique square-light beam in place of the traditional circular beam, ensuring passenger privacy, with the square beam containing its light in the personal space of each individual passenger.  



STG Aerospace also attended the recent Aircraft Interiors Expo (AIX) 2017, where the STG Aerospace team (above) welcomed airlines and industry colleagues to experience their innovative cabin lighting solutions inside a 737 cabin simulator.

The leading event in the aircraft interiors calendar saw STG Aerospace make several important customer announcements throughout the week, including a major saf-Tglo contract win at Boeing for the 787 Dreamliner, Icelandair selecting saf-Tglo blu on its new fleet of 737 MAX aircraft and a major retrofit programme for China Eastern Airlines where saf-Tglo PatternMatch technology has been selected for 125 of its Boeing 737NG aircraft.
 

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