The 3 Best Aircraft Interiors Stories of 2015

As we come closer to the beginning of a brand new year, I want to take a moment to thank all of you for stopping by FlightChic for a unique perspective on the skies.

I thought I’d share three of the aircraft interiors stories that interested you most here on FlightChic.

#1 Perhaps it’s unsurprising that Ryanair attracted so much attention, but thousands of readers were eager to take a peek of their new cabins–and continue to be.

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New Ryanair Boeing Sky Interiors/Ryanair

Exclusive: This is the Look of the New True Blue Ryanair

#2 We always expect excellence from this airline, and it hasn’t disappointed. Singapore Airlines’ new Premium Economy cabin was a thing of beauty.

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Singapore Airlines new Premium Economy

A Well-Timed Stitch Reveals the Quality of Singapore Airlines’ New Premium Economy Cabin 

#3 I admit I rather fancy the A350XWB–and I’m not alone. Each one I’ve seen, from the aircraft’s first debut on has been beautiful. And certainly, Finnair’s A350 was no exception. I honestly can’t wait to see more of these beauties fly in the coming years.

Finnair A350 Business class seat footwell and IFE

The Light Fantastic: Inside the New Finnair A350

As a Bonus 4th: Though written in 2014, this story continues to fascinate readers–always among the top posts, month after month.

Recaro CL6710 Business Class seat, Image Recaro

First Class is Dead; Long Live First-Uh-Business-Um-First Class!

Thanks again for sharing your 2015 with me. Here’s hoping that 2016 brings us plenty of good news in the skies.

Marisa Garcia

After working for sixteen years in aviation, specializing in aircraft interiors design and aviation safety equipment, and getting hands-on with aircraft cabins in hangars around the world, Marisa Garcia turned her expertise into industry insight. She has been reporting on aviation matters since 2014. Every day, she's putting words to work.

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