JPA creates new cabin interiors for American Airlines

JPA London has designed the cabin interiors for American Airlines’ new fleet of Boeing 777-300ER planes, which are set to roll out over the next two years.

American Airlines

The airline is set to take delivery of 10 of the new aircraft throughout 2012 and 2013.

JPA has worked on a complete cabin redesign for the new fleet, across seats, interiors and working on all trims and finishes.

The work covers the First Class, Business Class and Main Cabin sections, and JPA has also developed designs for a self-service bar – claimed to be the first for any US airline – and the galley.

JPA says it was appointed to work as a design partner with American Airlines in early 2011 following a tender process, and that the 777-300ER cabin design is the first project in this partnership to roll out.

Alice Liu, managing director of onboard products for American Airlines, says, ‘Through the excellent design work and “can do” approach of JPA we are elevating the on-board travel experience.’

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  • Sam November 30, -0001 at 12:00 am

    In grey, seriously!…that’s Amazing

  • Tim Mutton November 30, -0001 at 12:00 am

    I’m confused, does that picture definitely go with this atrticle?

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