Welcome to the world’s largest and the best private jet you’d ever seen— The VVIP Dreamliner B787 Dreamjet — which is now departing at London’s Stansted Airport.
The huge aircraft, also known as “the flying penthouse”, features an entertainment and office lounge, dining spaces, a confortable ensuite master bedroom with a 42-inch TV, a big closet and an massive bathroom, just like a hotel, with a shower included.
The plane is a refurbished Boeing 787 Dreamliner, which is a commercial airplane that have capacity for between 240 and 335 passengers. But this one has been converted into a 40-passenger private jet and is so well-equipped is compared with a flying hotel.
Created by Kestrel Aviation Management, this incredible Boeing Business Jet (BBJ) has also been named the Dreamjet.
And for the fortunate few who are invited to join on board, the in-flight experience is light years away from that proposed on a common Boeing flight.
The interior was co-developed by yacht and aircraft design experts Pierrejean Design.
It has been setted with high domed ceilings, hardwood floors, sculptured hardwood doors and handcrafted carpets.
Passengers can control everything as lighting, TV screens, window blinds and also can request the flight attendants attention just using tablets. Designers were avid for the aircraft to entice the passengers’ senses.
To do this, they catered for smell and taste in the plane’s air distribution and filtration system and used soft, opulent textures and banished sharp edges.
The jet, which has been in creation since 2009 and was exposed at last year’s European Business Aviation Convention and Exhibition in Geneva, was aquired by an undisclosed Asian client.
It has a 9,800 nautical mile range and can fly for more than 17 hours non-stop.