If you've ever flown in a plane, you've probably sat on fabrics made by the textile company Rohi. Rohi designs and weaves woollen fabrics for seats in airplanes. 120 airlines use the family-owned company's fabrics.
In early 2016 Airbus will begin producing airplane components with its own Selective Laser Melting machines. These advances are the first step in building the factory of the future.
Film stars like Romy Schneider loved his creations. But German fashion designer Heinz Oestergaard didn't just dress high society. Along with clothes for the average woman, he also designed uniforms for the German police.
The world's two biggest planemakers have announced only modest orders at the Asian aviation trade fair - a sign of slowing demand after the 2014 show hauled in more than $30 billion (26 billion euros) of deals.
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