The April 2019 issue is now available online! Packed full of news, interviews and features, including:
Cover story – Bespoke design: How equipped are OEMs, designers and cabin outfitters to deal with requests for truly different interior elements?
Design innovation: As part of this issue’s focus on bespoke design, three top designers reveal the work that goes into creating innovative cabin elements.
Swiss Air-Rescue Rega: For its new Challenger 650 air ambulance fleet, Swiss Air-Rescue Rega required a one-off design with lots of bespoke elements.
Soft furnishings: Our pick of the latest and greatest leathers, faux leathers, fabrics and floor coverings to personalize your VIP aircraft interior.
Windows: Aircraft manufacturers are continually making windows larger. Could virtual windows provide an easier alternative?
Christi Tannahill: Textron Aviation’s senior vice president of interior design and engineering talks up the benefits of quietening down and listening to what the customer really, really wants.
Airlander 10: Designing a cabin for a luxurious airship that could stay in the air for days at a time is a dream project for Design Q.
BBJ 777X: Customers will be able to commission fully bespoke cabins for Boeing Business Jets’ long-legged new wide-body aircraft, as well as enjoy many built-in comforts.
EBACE preview: Some of the product and service highlights to seek out at this year’s show, to be held in Geneva, Switzerland, on May 21-23, 2019.
Pinboard: The industry’s hottest recent designs presented in one place.
Interior Update: Embraer’s service center in Sorocaba details its first full renovation of a Legacy 600 cabin.
Completions Roundup: This quarter’s announcements from completion centers around the world.
Design Brief: An organic-looking design for the BBJ Max 7, designed by SkyStyle and visualized by KiPcreating, in collaboration with Boeing Business Jets.
Design Spy: The best designs from other sectors, including one to make you look at concrete afresh.