Business jet owners are starting to again invest in the lifestyle aspects of cabins – from seat upgrades to new galleys and showers. Painting and other “looks” items are picking up as well, says Michael Sattler, VP of business aviation for Ruag Aviation (Chalet CD67). The company will announce at the Singapore Airshow that it is working with Yasava, a Switzerland-based cabin design firm, to deliver “flight couture” interiors for long-range business aircraft. The intent is to bring the ...
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