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