June 8 2022  |  Trolleys & Galleys

Bucher rolls out big offering at AIX

By Rick Lundstrom

The Bucher stand will be brimming with solutions in Hamburg

The Bucher Group will be showcasing its 16g “bionic” aircraft cabin partition wall in their full production specification, along with its newest product, the ultralight foldable baby bassinet, which can be attached to any bulkhead monument at next week’s Aircraft Interiors Expo.

The company’s partition solutions enable airlines to reduce aircraft weight, to lower emissions and save fuel. The partition walls are the latest in a line of products, whose practical, modern design is today integrated into A320 family aircraft and in service with many airlines worldwide.

Bucher offers a foldable and lightweight baby bassinet for more flexibility. The new bassinet can be reduced to the size of a small handbag resulting in more than 50 percent space savings. This offers more storage space for cabin crew, but still provides maximum sleeping comfort for babies.

Bucher will also be unveiling a number of enhancements to its Innovation Galley. These include integrated inventory and power management systems, as well as a new integrated induction charging station for beverage carts which has been developed in cooperation with partner SkyTender Solutions.

To increase the passenger experience, Bucher will also be showcasing customizable branding elements for galleys as well as a compact self-service counter including a continuously adjustable roller blind for those off-service hours.

Bucher will displaying its new “Olympia” premium class swing-up food tray table for the first time, along with its wider portfolio of well-known reliable and in-flight proven tray table solutions and high-end supports for tablets.

ARCTICart™, Bucher’s insulated in-flight trolley, and the first in-flight service cart with high-performing insulation, will be on display with new design in half-size and full-size versions for the first time.

Bucher will also be presenting a number of enhancements to its proven ATS Stretcher for patient transportation. These include an Oxygen Medical System kit in collaboration with its partner Aircraft Completion Engineering, and an incubator support which is designed specifically for this Stretcher.

“This new range of innovations we are unveiling reflect Bucher’s ambition to develop products that enable airlines to enhance the passenger experience in their aircraft cabins,” said Beat Burlet, Chief Executive Officer of Bucher. “We are delighted to be returning to the Aircraft Interiors Expo in 2022, and look forward to showcasing our proven portfolio of products to airlines from across the globe.”

Bucher’s products, solutions and inventions are based on its guiding principle of "Sustainable Solutions". Bucher continues to develop and produce lighter and more reliable products that help airlines reduce their carbon emissions and waste during operations, as well allow for recycling at the end of the product life cycle.

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