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A New eBook App Provides The First & Most Comprehensive Look At The Airplane Flying Experience


A New eBook App Provides The First & Most Comprehensive Look At The Airplane Flying Experience

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NEW YORK, July 23, 2018 /PRNewswire/ -- At any given time, up to 5,000 aircraft are in the American skies.  Nearly 10 million passenger flights will take place this year. United States airlines flew a record number of passengers last year -- – 741.6 million domestic and 107.7 million international. So just how are airplanes meeting the needs of today's traveler?

Jetliner Cabins: Evolution & Innovation, a new eBook App by Jennifer Coutts Clay, who has over 40 years of experience in the marketing and operational management of airlines, features over 6,000 images, links to 400+ airline-related organizations, revelations from dozens of international experts, and hundreds of pages of insightful text that showcases a unique perspective on airline branding, interior cabin design, and the passenger experience.  Providing both a historical record and futuristic crystal ball, Jetliner Cabins is unique and unlike any other book or app concerning aviation and transportation.

Clay worked for British Airways and Pan American World Airways.  The Fulbright Scholar has consulted airlines for the past three decades as the principal of J. Clay Consulting. 

Described as a "must-read" for aviation professionals, industry watchers, airline passengers, design aficionados, and curious readers, this pioneering work features detailed commentary and images on topics such as cabin lighting, in-flight dining, leather seats, green advances for aircraft interiors, aviation-grade carpeting, seat design, airline identity, first-class luxury, business-class comfort, and economy-class value.  

Jetliner Cabins is for anyone wondering:

  • How do airlines market themselves when most fliers choose based on pricing and scheduling?
  • What makes for the optimal flying experience?
  • How has a plane's interior design and airline amenities evolved with the demands of safety, comfort, technology, and cost?
  • What is the shape, size, and style of things to come in air flight for 2020 and beyond?

"In a world where jet travel has become so much more a commodity than an experience, this serves as a reminder of the way things used to be, as well as what they still can be," said CBS News Travel Editor Peter Greenberg.

Clay concludes: "The design of commercial aircraft interiors today is an art and a science, involving very particular concerns of comfort, space saving and durability.  Jetliner Cabins brings together the many different elements which combine to create a satisfying environment for scheduled air travel worldwide."

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