This amazing film from 1956 promoted the upcoming B707 Stratoliner – Boeing’s first jetliner –and its revolutionary cabin design. The film is mostly shot up in a mock-up created by the cabin designer, Teague, which cost a remarkable US$500,000. Check out the sidewalls!
A behind the scenes video showing the design process of Virgin Atlantic’s new A350 cabins. The design team, including their trim&finish experts, share the passion they poured into creating this project
This amazing promo film for Scandinavian Airlines (SAS) from 1959 has some simply amazing footage and style. If this film couldn’t tempt you to fly SAS, nothing could…
In a world first, to mark the arrival of its first Airbus A350, British Airways mapped out the new Club Suite and aircraft in lasers within the British Airways Laserdrome, a 100 square metre structure, towering 6.5m high. These are some highlights from the show
From manufacturing the fuselage to painting the livery, to installing the new Club Suites, see how British Airways’ new A350s go from the factory floor to the skies above
Experience Airbus’s cabin vision for 2030, inspired by key trends from airlines, technology companies and start-ups
This promotional film made by BOAC during the 1950s, titled ‘Tomorrow is Theirs’, offers a fascinating glimpse into all aspects of the airline’s operations and also features the cabins of the glorious Bristol Britannia. Highly recommended viewing if you have a spare 25 minutes!
This summer will see ANA fly new cabin products on its B777-300ERs, including upgraded economy and premium economy cabins, “THE Suite” and “THE Room”, inspired by Japanese heritage and Western design principles. Take a tour…
On June 28, 2019, United Airlines became the first public company to be inducted into Pride Live’s Stonewall Ambassador program in recognition of its commitment to LGBTQ+ equality. Here’s why…
As the Mitsubishi SpaceJet approaches entry into market, Shunichi Miyanaga, chairman of MHI and Alex Belamy, MHI’s chief development officer, explain the inspiration for the aircraft’s name and the ethos of the cabin design