Lufthansa Technik to develop Learjet 85 cabin management system

  • 28-Oct-2009 01:31 EDT
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The Learjet 85’s carbon fiber structure will maximize cabin volume with thinner structural sidewalls, providing for a large stand-up cabin.

Bombardier Aerospace selected Lufthansa Technik to develop the all-composite Learjet 85 aircraft’s cabin management system (CMS). The digital, Ethernet-based CMS and in-flight entertainment system will integrate all passenger entertainment and cabin environment management functions in a single system. The Learjet 85 aircraft’s customized version CMS will feature a high-capacity Ethernet network with a digital amplifier to feed the high-fidelity speaker system and an interface to support the aircraft cabin environment including lighting and temperature control.

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