Commercial spaceflight venture Virgin Galactic has been working to design a cabin that works in multiple orientations, although the company is reluctant to put a timeline on its first passenger flight. “We have high expectations—insanely high expectations—from our customers about what the Virgin Space experience will be like,” Virgin Galactic head of design Adam Wells said, speaking at the Aircraft Interiors Expo (AIX) in Hamburg, Germany April 9. Wells said ...

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