Recently, the Swiss design firm Yasava
However, Yasava Solutions plans on improving private jet interiors even further. Their design outfits the nearly 47-foot-long, 8.5 foot-wide cabin with
The modular layout aims to maximize both flexibility and comfort, providing spaces that can be adapted for different needs during long flights. This is especially useful since the G650ER can fly nonstop 7,500 nautical miles, helping passengers make the most out of their long-haul journeys.
Amenities with the design also include a full-size shower, a galley equipped with induction cooking surfaces for a professional chef, and a flexible crew area that can be used for storage on shorter flights.
However, this isn’t the only recent private jet design. HAECO Private Jet Solutions recently previewed a new interior for the Airbus A330-200 that has some major eastern flair.
The design features hand-painted silk wallpaper with bamboo and dragon motifs, as well as a lightweight lattice framework which helps divide the cabin into designated areas for either dining or lounging. The interior layout also promises in-flight luxury including a private bedroom, a full en-suite bath, a library – and most unique of all – a sushi bar.
It remains to be seen if these jumbo private jet interiors will ever take flight in a privately-owned Airbus, but it has certainly peaked a lot of interest in the industry.
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