Constant Aviation relocated its interior operations to a new and larger facility. The new 30,000-sq-ft facility is dedicated to interior completions and includes a design center in which the design team can walk customers through materials and show them a mockup of their new interior. “The engineering team, which plays an important part in the interior redesign process, is also housed in the new facility. With the additional space and new layout we will be more productive,” a spokesman for the company told AIN.
If you thought you’d already seen the cabin interior of the Embraer Legacy 450, think again. A new interior has been unveiled.
Two new iPad applications offered by Pilatus through Apple’s iTunes store allow the user to create a personal PC-12 NG interior design and exterior paint scheme. The apps, one for the interior and one for the exterior, may be downloaded and installed on the iPad at no charge.
The interior design app lets the user to select from one of four BMW DesignWorks USA interior themes specifically designed for the North and South American markets. In addition, customers can make individual adjustments to wood, carpet, leather, plating and other interior materials.
Marble interior specialist Marbrerie Crepet Agencement (Stand 1054) is exhibiting for the first time at an EBACE show. Established almost 100 years ago as a part of the funeral industry, the French company has turned its hand to private and business aircraft for the past 15 years, working with marble, granite, rare and semi-precious stones and new composite materials including quartz.
Duncan Aviation of Lincoln, Neb., has released a white paper addressing common misperceptions and pitfalls inherent in preparing for an aircraft exterior paint refurbishment.
Titled “Paint, Maintenance & Aircraft Value,” the paper shares the knowledge of aircraft completion representations from Duncan’s Lincoln and Battle Creek, Mich. facilities.
Aircraft interior designer PierreJean Design Studio, which specializes in custom interiors for a wide range of aircraft from helicopters to widebody jetliners, is here at EBACE in Booth No. 1514. The Paris-based company claims its goal is to transform every flight into a pleasurable experience. Catering to the needs of its clients, the studio–headed by Jacques PierreJean–offers seat design, fabric selection, furnishings and accessories.