Collins’ Elements and Secant solutions take to the skies


Collins Aerospace’s Secant Luminous Panel and Elements suite are now flying with launch customer Starlux Airlines. The new solutions debuted on Starlux Airlines’ A350 fleet in January.

Installed on three cabin monuments, the Secant Luminous Panel brings to life unique artwork created for the Starlux brand. Utilising micro-LED technology, Secant displays custom lighting arrays, video content and imagery, transforming previously blank cabin spaces into a dynamic illuminated canvas. Operators can integrate the panels into the cabin lighting environment, use it as a standalone statement piece or adopt its capabilities for branding and marketing opportunities.

Image courtesy of Starlux

Elements is a business class suite that can be further enhanced to a first class offering without decreasing passenger count. Each of the 26 Elements business class suites places a premium on privacy with a door, 48.5in walls and a ‘halo’ feature angling inward at the top of the partition for an elevated sense of seclusion. Patented seating comfort and suspension technology is designed to ensure relaxation whether upright, reclined or lying flat.

First class on Starlux Airlines’ A350 fleet. Image courtesy of Starlux

Four first class suites in the cabin’s front row feature 60in walls, a personal wardrobe closet, a 32in 4K screen and minibar.

“Elements raises the bar for luxury, style and functionality in premium air travel,” said Christophe Blanc, vice president and general manager of aircraft seating for Collins Aerospace. “Our detailed collaboration with Starlux resulted in a beautifully bespoke suite that compliments the Starlux brand and cabin experience.”

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