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Thursday, October 6, 2016

  • The Dream Jet is the first Dreamliner to be built specifically as a private jet for the corporate market
  • Its master bedroom boasts a full-sized en-suite bathroom, and the cabin houses an office and dining room
  • The Boeing 787 can fly up to 17 hours non-stop and is estimated to have cost $324 million (£250 million)

Upon first inspection, you'd be forgiven for assuming these lavish interiors belong to a sprawling penthouse or pricey hotel suite.
In fact, it's the first Boeing 787 Dreamliner ever to be converted into a private jet - complete with roomy bedrooms, en-suite bathrooms, a dining room, office area and even cinema.
As a commercial plane, it would squish in up to 335 passengers, but the Dream Jet, as it's been named, will carry only up to 40, and they'll have plenty of room to stretch out.

This is the first Boeing 787 Dreamliner ever to be converted into a private jet custom-built for corporate flyers, and boasts luxury furnishings and plenty of room for dining and entertaining.

According to BAVIATION, the Dream Jet - estimated to have cost upwards of $324 million (£250 million) - comprises a large cabin set over 6,500 square feet, with a separate resting space for cabin crew.
Among its laundry list of luxe amenities are a sound-proofed main guest area, spacious living room and entertainment suite, a full-sized master bedroom suite, master wash room with over-sized shower, electric dining and conference tables and 16 convertible day beds. 

Co-designed by Kestrel and Parisian yacht and aircraft design specialists Pierrejean Design, it lowers in-flight noise down to a very civilised 48 decibels, and has air technology built in to reduce travel sickness and filter germs from the cabin air.
Should, heaven forbid, any unexpected bumps occur, the furniture has also been streamlined to be absent of any sharp edges.

Its master bedroom certainly provides the ultimate in comfort, scattered with drapes and candles, but would you really want to sleep through this flight?

The bedroom has a walk-in wardrobe and roomy en-suite bathroom with oversized shower (left) and plenty of drawer space - exactly what you'd need to fold up and store away remains a mystery

An abundance of fresh towels are available, as are a selection of bathroom products, making it about as far from a commerical plane loo as you can get
Other design features include hardwood trimmings and doors, silk accented carpets and tablets which control everything from lamps and audio to window shades and flight-attendant alerts.
Lamps, potted plants, fluffy white towels and luxurious bathroom products lend the space a homely feel - the home of a very rich individual of course.
Commissioned by an anonymous Asian businessman and developed by American luxury aircraft customisers Kestrel Aviation Management, the project has been in the making for two and a half years.
It was unveiled earlier this year at the European Business Aviation Convention and Exhibition in Geneva.
In addition, Chinese private jet company DeerJet held a launch in Hong Kong last month.  

With a carpeted cabin covering 6,500 square foot, its abundantly fortunate guests will have plenty of room to stretch out


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