No matter how nice the interior of a private jet is, it’s usually pretty obvious that you’re traveling in an aircraft. Certain layouts and furniture styles seem to be replicated over and over again, signaling to what’s just outside the walls. But in this case, if we didn’t know any better we would think this $600 million.
This type of jumbo jet typically flies around 400 passengers, but after Greenpoint Technologies got involved, it was customized to be a high-flying luxury pad for one (lucky) anonymous client. According to the Daily Mail, it took Greenpoint three years to finish.
The upper deck is reserved for a large living area that offers tons of seating options. The main deck includes a VIP master cabin, a restaurant, lounge, a dining room that doubles as a conference room, a spacious office, and an entire area dedicated to staff seating.
Greenpoint Technologies, a Boeing Business Jet completions center, presents the 747-8 VIP interior concept video.
In case you’re designing your own jet right now, this is how it’s done. Nice to travel this way. I should only fly and never back down to the gorund…:-)
By Mila Pantovich