October 27 2020  |  Cabin Equipment

Next PAX Panel sponsored by AIME to feature Zephyr Aerospace, Jamco America and PriestmanGoode

By PAX Panel

PAX Tech is set to release Episode Three on Tuesday November 3, 2020. In the third episode, entitled ‘PAX Panel: Examining cabin interior design for the future’ features a Panel sponsor for the first time, Aircraft Interiors Middle East (AIME). In conversation with representatives from Zephyr Aerospace, Jamco America and PriestmanGoode, PAX Tech Editor-in-Chief Rick Lundstrom and special guest host Helen Nagle of AIME get the latest updates on interiors innovations and designs, plus the emerging trends born out of the pandemic

Now introducing the panelists for Episode Three…

Jeffrey O’Neill, Chief Executive Officer, Zephyr Aerospace
For the past ten years, Jeffrey O'Neill has worked with companies and individuals to optimize miles/points earned from strategic credit card spending. Jeff is one of the biggest points/miles collectors in the world and has traveled to 175 countries. He is an aerospace innovator and entrepreneur who is dedicated to improving travel for everyone by making sleep more affordable on any mode of transport. He spends the majority of his time on aircraft and is passionate about innovation in airline seating solutions.

Jeremy Hunter, Senior Sales and Marketing Manager, Jamco America
Jeremy Hunter is Jamco America’s Senior Sales and Marketing Manager for aircraft interior products and integration, specializing in premium class seating. Jeremy has more than 15 years’ experience in the aerospace industry with a background in mechanical engineering, program management and sales and marketing.

Nigel Goode, Designer, Director, PriestmanGoode
Nigel Goode, Designer and Director at PriestmanGoode, joined Paul Priestman in 1989 to found PriestmanGoode after working for industrial design companies for many years. Here, he leads product and aviation design projects and has worked with Virgin Atlantic, SWISS, Qatar Airways and United Airlines. He has experience speaking at global design and aviation events and is a frequent commentator on future trends in air travel.

These cabin interiors experts will discuss design innovations, future-proof cabin concepts and what trends are emerging, with special focus on:

  • Popular textiles materials, color schemes and textures
  • Changes to classic cabin configurations and double-decker seats
  • How interiors can advance the return to travel

Special Guest Host: Helen Nagle, Head, Aircraft Interiors Middle East

Helen Nagle has worked as an event planning professional, with a history in the Aerospace exhibition industry for the past 18 years. Now heading up the Aircraft Interiors Middle East (AIME) Exhibition, Helen works closely with aircraft interior suppliers to connect them with the leading airlines in the MENASA region enabling them to secure new deals for their latest products and solutions.

AIME returns with March 2021 with PAX Tech as media partner
Aircraft Interiors Middle East will return on 2 to 3 March 2021 for its 12th Edition bringing together leading airlines and industry influencers to help accelerate the recovery of the aviation sector. The event explores the latest advancements in passenger safety, comfort and entertainment. As the only aircraft interiors event in the Middle East, North Africa and Southeast Asia, it features more than eight hours of free-to-attend content on inflight passenger safety and cabin sanitization with topics ranging from passenger communication, cabin modification, new technologies and contingency planning.

Stay tuned for the release of Episode Three featuring Zephyr Aerospace, Jamco America and PriestmanGoode, sponsored by AIME, on Tuesday November 3, 2020.

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