The luxurious private jet is designed to land on short runways and uneven landing strips, but its main selling feature is that it comes with a balcony, plus it can carry 8 passengers and 2 pilots to make your pampered travel most enjoyable.
The fully serviced living and sleeping quarters are thoughtfully located to provide both private and social areas. The on board service team act both as hosts and tour guides leaving the passengers in no doubt that this is a luxury experience. Sleeping quarters are provided for the crew both in a well appointed cabin located in the forward lower hold and on site at the individual destinations.
The four VIP cabins have a generous sofa and chair combination which can convert to a full size double bed. Each cabin has its own entertainment system with a 17” high definition flat screen monitor and access to a vast number of multimedia files. A full height wardrobe is provided and there is also direct access to a large dressing room incorporating a toilet and shower in the mid section of the aircraft.
Glazed bulkheads can be transformed from obscure to transparent opening up the interior during flight to create a more social space.
My only disappointment is that there is no mention on whether the makers thought of using alternative energy, so it's really worth bragging about. :::wink:::