The new Airbus A220 is being eyed for use as a private jet. See inside a $91.5 million design with its own cinema suite and master bedroom

An Airbus A220 private jet concept rendering.
An Airbus A220 private jet concept rendering.

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  • Three aircraft interior design and completion management companies have joined forces to come up with a cabin concept for an Airbus A220 private jet. 

  • The A220 entered commercial service in 2016 with Swiss International Air Lines and has been a success with every airline it flies. 

  • It’s now being eyed for its potential as a private jet for use by the mega-rich thanks to its low operating costs and a large amount of floor space. 

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The Airbus A220 revolutionized aviation in 2016 when it made its commercial debut and now, three companies are looking to make it into a private jet for the ultra-wealthy. 

Airliners turned private jets are status symbols among the elite who can afford not only the multi-million dollar price tag of the jets but the

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Cinema From Spain Wins Cannes Market’s Best Pavilion Design Award

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A jury at Cannes Film Market has selected Cinema From Spain, a Spanish cinema promotion organization backed by support from the Spanish Institute for Foreign Trade (ICEX) and the Spanish Institute of Cinematography and the Audiovisual Arts (ICAA), as the winner of this year’s award for Best Pavilion Design.

In the context of an entirely digital market, participating organizations had to rethink everything when it came to promoting themselves in a democratic, online space where the rules of a physical market no longer apply.

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For Tito Rodríguez, marketing policy director at Spain’s Institute of Cinematography and the Audiovisual Arts (ICAA), the key was providing an online experience to match what Cinema From Spain is known for at physical markets.

“It was clear from the beginning we wanted to recreate the physical experience online,” he explained to Variety. “It

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