Jet Aviation Picks Airbus Cabin Designer

Business Jet Traveler » December 2006
Friday, December 1, 2006 - 4:00am

Jet Aviation, based in Basel, Switzerland, has contracted with internationally known designer Philippe Starck to fashion an executive/VIP interior for a customer's Airbus A330-200. The cabin will be fitted with a master bedroom and dressing room, lounge, conference/dining room and private salon. An aft section will be configured in business class and equipped with a galley. The project will be a joint effort by Starck and
the design and engineering department of Jet Aviation, which is preparing for the project by producing a full-size mockup.

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