Air France‘s rich history is intertwined with a captivating collection of over 1,500 posters masterfully crafted by renowned artists. These posters have been pivotal in… Read More »Air France: 90 Years of Posters As Destination Inspiration
Air France has a legacy of 90 years of artistic collaboration in the design of its aircraft cabins, airport lounges, and ticket offices. Renowned architects… Read More »Air France: 90 Years of Elevated Architecture and Design Excellence
Throughout its 90-year history, Air France has remained at the forefront of aviation innovation by investing in a diverse and modern fleet. Over the years,… Read More »Historic Planes: A Closer Look at 90 Years of Air France Aircraft
Celebrating 90 Years of Air France In-Flight Cuisine The Early Beverage and Sandwich Days Air France, as a champion of French gastronomy and culture, strives… Read More »How Air France Elevated the Pleasure of Dining at 30,000 Feet
Perhaps you’ve spotted the Air France winged seahorse at some time or other. But have you ever wondered how or why the airline picked this intriguing icon? Well, it was the other way around: the icon came first, before the airline even had a name. Let’s explore this fascinating bit of aviation history.
Food, drinks, service, fares, seats, safety? Which matters most to you in the aircraft cabin? What elements of the aircraft cabin interior should airlines focus on to improve the overall passenger experience? Take the survey!
As part of its 95 years celebrations, Qantas has launched a four-week pop-up exhibition at its Sydney Qantas Club of Barbie and Ken dolls donning… Read More »95 Years of Qantas Uniforms as Worn by Barbie and Ken
Jetliner Cabins e-Book App This is a must-read for industry professionals, industry watchers and anyone interested in the history of aircraft interiors, its evolution and its promise. It features insights from leading experts in the field and is chock-full of wonderful pictures. The eBook is available as both an iOS app and an Android App.
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.
I was very excited when I learned of the Kickstarter project to document the life of American designer Walter Dorwin Teague, to whom aviation (only… Read More »An Ode to Walter D. Teague, the Father of US Industrial Design
Red Rapture: Virgin Atlantic Goes Atomic, I’m Old(er) & Did The LEGO Pilot Just Reveal His Secret Identity?
Virgin Atlantic celebrated the debut of its new Vivienne Westwood designed crew uniform, with what looks like it must have been a really fun launch… Read More »Red Rapture: Virgin Atlantic Goes Atomic, I’m Old(er) & Did The LEGO Pilot Just Reveal His Secret Identity?
Thanks to Urban Office Architecture of New York City, #AvGeeks can now have the home of their dreams–inspired by airplane parts. This luxury home is… Read More »The Ultimate #AvGeek Home is Finally Here!
The end of First Class is nigh—mebeh. Speak to enough industry folks and there is general agreement that the section of the cabin allocated to… Read More »First Class is Dead, Long Live First-uh-Business-um-First Class!
Count on David Flynn from Australian Business Traveller Magazine to bring us the hottest stories this winter (or more accurately summer); featuring an “inside look”… Read More »More than a Hobbit for Safety: Air New Zealand Reminds us how to don our Mae West