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Airbus opens A350 customer definition centre

written by australianaviation.com.au | April 8, 2014
The A350 CDC allows customers to, choose, define and visualise their cabin interiors in a virtual environment. (Airbus)
The A350 CDC allows customers to, choose, define and visualise their cabin interiors in a virtual environment. (Airbus)

Airbus officially opened its A350 XWB Customer Definition Centre (CDC) on the sidelines of the Aviation Interiors Expo in Hamburg on April 7.

The CDC will allow airline customers and operators to design their A350 cabin products from a catalogue of options, with the emphasis being on shorter lead times. Airbus says the CDC features “individually tailored zones, enables the customers to see, feel and test the real catalogue solutions presented in a showroom environment, and in close cooperation with the risk-sharing partners.”

The CDC also has a virtual environment – dubbed the A350 XWB Configurator – which is a modelling tool for cabin specification and visualisation of seat configurations, galleys, and lighting.

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Airbus opens A350 customer definition centre

written by australianaviation.com.au | April 8, 2014
The A350 CDC allows customers to, choose, define and visualise their cabin interiors in a virtual environment. (Airbus)
The A350 CDC allows customers to, choose, define and visualise their cabin interiors in a virtual environment. (Airbus)

Airbus officially opened its A350 XWB Customer Definition Centre (CDC) on the sidelines of the Aviation Interiors Expo in Hamburg on April 7.

The CDC will allow airline customers and operators to design their A350 cabin products from a catalogue of options, with the emphasis being on shorter lead times. Airbus says the CDC features “individually tailored zones, enables the customers to see, feel and test the real catalogue solutions presented in a showroom environment, and in close cooperation with the risk-sharing partners.”

The CDC also has a virtual environment – dubbed the A350 XWB Configurator – which is a modelling tool for cabin specification and visualisation of seat configurations, galleys, and lighting.

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