Flying » Inside the Cabin

November 8, 2015
Interior of the Gulfstream G280
Gulfstream’s G280 is a super-midsize business jet designed with fuel efficiency and short-runway performance in mind. The aircraft offers a range of 3,600 nautical miles, which gives it transatlantic capability. It can seat up to 10 passengers and provide sleeping accommodations for up to five. 
August 20, 2015
The latest products for your aircraft can mean faster Internet connections…and clean dinnerware.
July 29, 2015
Gogo Business Aviation provides communications and broadband equipment.
If you updated your cabin electronics more than a few weeks ago, it's probably already on the way to becoming outdated. That's how fast the technology is changing. For the latest in cabin-management systems, Internet connectivity and more, consult the manufacturers in this directory. 
July 13, 2015
Before any business jet manufacturer delivers an airplane to a buyer, a lot of work goes into completing the cabin.  To give you an idea of what that work involves, Business Jet Traveler visited Dassault’s completions center in Little Rock, Arkansas.
July 1, 2015
Haeco Aircraft Engineering has created this cabin with a sushi bar.
Completions centers are getting creative about interiors
May 4, 2015
Luxury interior of a Boeing BBJ with pod seats.
Innovative technologies and designs make bizjets more comfortable and functional than ever before.
August 14, 2014
Ameco Beijing
Global deliveries of turbine business airplanes increased 7.2 percent in this year’s first quarter over the first quarter of 2013, according to the General Aviation Manufacturers Association. The jump in deliveries will most likely mean a boost to business at centers that perform aircraft completions and refurbishments and companies that provide interior components.
July 9, 2014
Business aircraft passengers are constantly seeking the latest in cabin electronics from smart phone charging stations to in-flight connectivity. (Photo: Innotech Aviation)
A business aircraft cabin wouldn’t be complete without a full range of electronics, with the most important for many passengers being Wi-Fi capability, to download presentations and documents, access e-mail and conduct Internet research.
November 21, 2013
German chemical company BASF manufactures an open-celled melamine foam acoustic material that can dramatically reduce noise levels in business jets and helicopters.
Acoustics experts are finding ways to make business jets quieter than ever. Racing through the lower stratosphere at Mach 0.85, pushed along by roaring jet engines and outfitted with pumps, actuator motors and fans, the business jet is naturally noisy.
August 5, 2013
The certified Custom Control Concepts 3-D monitors, which come with 3-D glasses, are available in sizes ranging from 42 to 64 inches (measured diagonally).
With this gear aboard, you may wish your flight were longer.




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