Boeing 787-8 Dreamliner is magically transformed into a luxury flying home, and we get the opportunity to peek inside.
As some say, a private jet can never be too bulky, and a businessman who had bought this Boeing fully agrees. He (or she) has turned its Dreamliner in the second home, with a little help from Washington aviation consulting firm, Kestrel Aviation. The cabin was completely stripped before they start their work on it, and Pierrejean Design Studio has collaborated with Greenpoint Technologies to work on its interior.
Thanks to their cooperation and ability, we now have the opportunity to enjoy the view of the elegant and spacious cabin, which is designed to give you an unforgettable flying experience. The ceiling of the cabin was raised, while the walls are modified so that now contain bulky 45 x 25 cm windows, which creates a feeling of open space.
Passengers will certainly appreciate the twin sofas and a video screen of 55 inches in the lodge of the plane.
Also, there are four single seats with drawing tables for those people who have to work on their projects while traveling, but beside them we can see a couple of sofas and two club tables, which can be picked up and form a dining table where six people can enjoy a meal.
Master bathroom is equally impressive, with dual sinks and heated marble floors, while in the dressing room there are several closets, separate shoe and hidden safe. Also there is a charming desk.
In this plane you can hardly get bored because you offers plenty of activities and facilities to enjoy. Even his entry is very special with its luxurious wooden floors, leather accents and dramatic lighting. So this is definitely a luxury home, with wings!