Project Amber

Project Amber

Project Amber is the code name of a new pivot bin interior which Heath Tecna has been developing as a cost effective retrofit kit to replace the NG interior architecture on Boeing 737 and 757 aircraft. At the heart of Project Amber’s design is a pairing of odd sized pivot bins that allow passengers to transversely stow up to seven roller bags on their sides per 80 inch module supplied. By installing the new bins, stowage capacity will increase by up to 86 roller bags per cabin depending on the aircraft’s OEM configuration. Project Amber is offered as a complete interior upgrade system. To learn more, read the brochure and visit us at the show to see the prototype.

  • Heath Tecna - Project Amber 2.04 MB

    An 8 page brochure that describes the features and benefits of retrofitting the Project Amber pivot bin interior in Boeing 737 and 757 aircraft.

    14 Aug 2012

  • Qantas to Trial Project Amber 83 KB

    A press release issued during the 2012 Farnborough Airshow that announced the upcoming launch of Project Amber with Qantas Airways.

    14 Aug 2012

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Heath Tecna is one of the foremost manufacturers of interior products for passenger aircraft, serving retrofit, BFE line-fit, and OEM SFE markets. We engineer and supply nose-to-tail interiors, as wel...Heath Tecna is one of the foremost manufacturers of interior products for passenger aircraft, serving retrofit, BFE line-fit, and OEM SFE markets. We engineer and supply nose-to-tail interiors, as well as the systems and support structures for them. Our offerings include interior architectures, cabin furnishings, integration services, build-to-print manufacturing, PMA parts, contract flammability testing, and technical publications authoring. We also operate a Part 145 Repair Station, and an AS9120 approved spares distribution center. For your next wide-body, narrow-body, or RJ program, consider our impressive one-stop shop capabilities. We make air travel better every day.More

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