Business Jet Interiors – July 2019


Business Jet Interiors International - July 2019

The July 2019 issue is now available online! Packed full of news, interviews and features, including:

Cover story – Praeterra : Sustainability runs through every choice made for Embraer’s new interior concept for the Praetor 600 – but not at the cost of luxury

Lighting design challenge : Business Jet Interiors International challenged VIP aircraft designers to create near-future cabin lighting concepts that push the boundaries of the current status quo. Here’s what they came up with, plus the latest technological developments from the wider aerospace industry

Completions talent : Three completion centres share their strategies for hiring and retaining the best craftspeople in a highly competitive recruitment market

Artisans : Four craftspeople – nominated by their employers for making an outstanding contribution – outline the intricacies of their roles

Flexjet : An ongoing partnership between Flexjet and Gulfstream has yielded some custom interiors designed to go beyond the usual fractional fare

Galley equipment : Flight attendants and caterers have many suggestions for how galley designers can support them to ensure the highest quality catering

Global Express refurbishment : A client’s love of art deco was the inspiration for the transformation of this Global Express

Pinboard : The industry’s hottest recent designs presented in one place

Programme Update : The first all-metal commercial aircraft, the Junkers F 13, is celebrating its centenary in 2019 – and a company in Switzerland is now recreating the design

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

Design Brief : An ACJ320 concept by Lufthansa Technik and Ameco Beijing, combining natural materials and hidden technologies

Design Brief : A modern BBJ 787-8 concept created by Greenpoint for a client from the Middle East

Design Spy : The best designs from other sectors




About Author


After cutting her teeth reporting on best practice for emergency response, Izzy joined the Aircraft Interiors International and Business Jet Interiors International team in November 2007. Over her career she has served as editor of titles covering everything from airline catering to car safety technologies, autonomous vehicles and business aviation airports. She took the helm as editor of Business Jet Interiors International and Railway Interiors International in 2011, and with the addition of Cruise Liner Interiors International can now lay claim to covering trains and boats and planes! She is also the editor of Auditoria, a magazine dedicated to the design and operation of performing arts venues. Outside of work, Izzy loves watercolour painting, live music and travel.

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