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Turkish Airlines

In early 2009, at Aircraft Interiors Expo in Hamburg, Turkish Airlines asked Lantal to develop its interior outfitting concept. Among other elements, the project included laser-cut, pleated curtains with tulip motifs as well as leather headrests with embossed logos.

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The project involved three phases: a renewal of the airline's corporate identity as well as implementation in its wide-body and short-haul aircraft.

The contract consisted of an OEM program for 105 new aircraft – Boeing 777s and Airbus A330s – as well as the refurbishment of the existing fleet of 149 aircraft. Overall, it covered more than 20,000 seats. Lantal delivered the following products and services:

  • Project management, design, and development services
  • Ready-to-install leather seat covers
  • Seat cover fabrics
  • Leather headrests with embossed logos
  • Pleated, laser-cut curtains with tulip motifs
  • Class dividers, also pleated and laser-cut
  • Carpets