Finnair Case Study

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“Light is essential for human impression. The difference between an average light source and a high class light performance system can be compared with the difference between a stunning sun rise and a foggy morning light that does not thrill at all,” asserts Andreas Uthman, marketing lighting and imaging at SCHOOT.
The mood lighting system will create more enjoyable flight experience for the passengers, by firstly creating an artificially shortened day during the flight to ensure that the passengers ' natural biorhythms will be prepared slowly and gradually for the new time zone of their destination as well as during the in-flight clock, which will guarantee no effect of jet lag on travellers. The common flight scenario of how the mood light
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Päivyt Tallqvist, Director, Media Relations of Finnair, stated, “The lighting scenarios for Finnair’s Airbus A350 have been designed specifically for Finnair A350s, and each flight has their own pre-programmed scenario. For example, blue skies and white clouds as customers are boarding, soft light to wake people in the morning, etc. The mood lighting is designed to help the customer adjust to different phases of the flight, and there are pre-defined lighting scenarios for example for boarding, rest, meal, landing.”
Tallqvist stated the manufacturer Vertti Kivi deSign designed the overall cabin interior for the new A350s, including the lighting scenarios-which enables them to change the setting to something like Northern lights or Aurora Borealis lights and other very-unique design that no other airline has been able to promote in their cabin yet- is the scenario of clouds.
Company design firm has launched ‘Space Alive’-concept to create a new system dynamically, by changing the system, colours, mood and atmosphere on board, to ease customers on long-haul journeys and into new time zones, destinations and
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