Typically, the first thing passengers see when boarding aircraft is the galley. If first impressions truly count, there’s an opportunity here for an airline either to look like every other carrier since the 1960s or to set itself apart with some “wow” factor, Changes in galley configuration and technology demonstrate how some airlines are evolving to attract new customers and retain market share.  “The major evolution in commercial airline and top-tier business ...

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