In This Issue – April 2019

Business Jet Interiors International

April 2019

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.



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Izzy has been part of the Business Jet Interiors International team since its second issue, and the editor since 2011. She also edits Auditoria and Railway Interiors International. Outside of work, Izzy is rediscovering her love of art by learning how to paint with watercolors.

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