The world’s first fully customised Boeing 787 business jet has been completed, with the large and luxuriously furnished aircraft catering for 40 passengers on long-haul flights.
The design features a range of private spaces on board the massive 2400 sq ft aircraft, with materials and colours aimed at offering a relaxing experience to passengers. It has the ability to fly over 17 hours nonstop and has 40 seats, with 28 flat sleeping facilities available. It has a lobby rotunda with dome ceiling, hardwood flooring, sculptured hardwood doors and metal furnishings.
The master suite has a California King Bed with a floor-to-ceiling headboard, a hidden 42” TV monitor as well as a separate bathroom with an oversized shower. The bathroom also features a hand rubbed marble vanity unit with a double sink.
The aircraft also has a large, separate dressing room, a refreshment centre with fridge freezer and an open plan lounge that is configured for 16 passengers and is designed for meetings and entertaining guests. It also has tablet-controlled technology throughout, with Wi-Fi hotspots and broadband data transfer capabilities.
The project was completed by Kestrel Aviation Management, a consulting company that specialises in the management of corporate and commercial aircraft. They teamed up with Paris outfit Pierrejean Design Studio to create a concept and detailed design for the cabin spaces.
The decadent jet which normally seats around 300 people in commercial use was sold recently to an unnamed buyer from Asia.