In This Issue – October 2016

Business Jet Interiors International

October 2016

The October 2016 issue is now available online! Packed full of news, interviews and features, including:

BBJ 787 completion: The first VIP BBJ 787 design and completion took seven years of hard work to overcome challenges relating to data, electric systems and the carbon-fiber fuselage

Air quality: Several technologies are available to combat pathogens, odors and low humidity in cabin air systems, but what is being done to address TCPs and carbon monoxide?

Carbon fiber: Carbon-fiber composites are increasingly being used for major structural parts. How ready is the industry to work with these materials?

Pilatus PC-24: Now that Pilatus has unveiled the production interior of its PC-24, it is clear that the flexibility of the ‘Super Versatile Jet’ lies not only in its operational performance, but also in the cabin

Cleanliness: Can developments in materials technology and lighting make business jet cabins cleaner and easier to maintain?

Piper M600: Designing a cabin for Piper’s new flagship, the M600, was a massive learning experience for the company’s marketing team

Design trends: As director of interior design at Gulfstream, one of North America’s business jet giants, Tray Crow is well placed to point out changes in the market

NBAA preview: Exhibitors give a taste of the innovations they will present at the mammoth show, to be held in Orlando, Florida, on November 1-3, 2016

MEBAA preview: An overview of some of the products and capabilities set to be showcased at MEBAA 2016, which returns to Dubai, UAE, on December 6-8

Pinboard: The industry’s hottest recent designs presented in one place, plus some exciting product launches

News in Focus: Jet Aviation Basel details an Embraer Legacy 650 refurbished to match other aircraft

Completions Roundup: This quarter’s announcements from completion centers around the world

Design Brief: An ACJ319 concept by Airbus Corporate Jet Centre, incorporating Limoges porcelain

Design Brief: A team of yacht specialists takes inspiration from private jets for a 23m tender concept

The Big Question: Just how useful is virtual reality?

Design Spy: A private mansion in the USA inspired by Europe’s ornate palaces, plus other interesting designs from other sectors



Share this story:

About Author


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.

Comments are closed.