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Turkish Airlines selects liTeMood LED mood lighting for 737-800 retrofit programme

Posted 4 April 2019 · Add Comment

STG Aerospace has announced that Turkish Airlines has commenced a retrofit programme installing STG Aerospace liTeMood LED lighting across its Boeing 737-800 fleet, as it looks to harmonize its cabin interiors with the latest LED-installed aircraft being delivered by Boeing.

 

Marcus Williams, STG’s director of global sales, said: “With its quick and simple installation process of under 8 hours, liTeMood is an easy and affordable way for Turkish Airlines to replace fluorescent lighting with the latest LED technology. liTeMood will narrow the gap in cabin appearance between their legacy aircraft and those installed with the latest Boeing Sky Interior (BSI).”

 

 

 

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