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Boeing 787 Penthouse Is The New Playboy Jet

Posted on October 5, 2016

Ordinarily Boeing 787 Dreamliners serve as commercial aircraft that carry between 240 and 335 passengers -- but this one has been transformed into a 40-passenger private jet so spacious and well-equipped that it resembles an airborne penthouse apartment.

Developed by Kestrel Aviation Management, an American aviation asset manager that specialises in airliner and corporate aircraft acquisition, sale, modification and financing, this one-of-a-kind Boeing Business Jet (BBJ) has been dubbed the Dreamjet. The privileged few who get to step aboard can expect an in-flight experience worlds away from that offered on a typical Boeing.

Telegraph article here

Related Topics: aviation, business travel, charter jet, corporate travel, FBO market, leisure travel, private jets, wealthy clients

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