A Class Above
The best way to have perspective on the very subjective topic of aircraft interiors design is to read the only authoritative book written on the subject, which features facts on the developments in onboard products from the 70s right up to today.
The author, Jennifer Coutts Clay, herself has considerable experience that puts her well above most in the field, and in each edition of this aviation classic she has brought together a team of industry experts who share additional insights into changing trends, the heated competition to present new and more advanced products, and the very challenging process of cabin design.
If you haven’t already downloaded Jennifer Coutts Clay’s Jetliner Cabins e-book, you’re missing quite a lot.
I’ve been privileged to know Jennifer for many years, dating back to the first edition of this book; while I still worked in the industry helping make aircraft chic.
As a woman in aviation she is a true inspiration–an all-around First Class lady, modest and understated, eager to share her knowledge. She makes you feel good when you’re with her, and she’s happy to bring good people together.
Her love of aviation comes through in every chapter of Jetliner Cabins, now updated with an impressive gallery of rare images, and featuring special insight essays. I reference the app often, to refresh my memory on the many developments over the years, or to enjoy a pleasant time travel experience.
The Jetliner Cabins app works on a variety of iOS and Android devices and on the Kindle Fire.