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Freestream called Marc to create the interior of his customer's BBJ2 plane, which is a Boeing 737-800 powered plane but almost 6 metres longer. BBJ, which is much bigger than most personal airplanes, was presented: a main room with its own bath, bedrooms for guests, lounge, massaging room, dinning room, lounge, staff rooms, kitchen and several toilets.
Antarctica created every item, covering the cabins, the lights, the panelling, the carpet - even the locks on the door - and even the seat from the bottom up, without the same number of limitations as in the design of airliners. Antarctica kept the interior impartial with fabrics such as leathers, wools, silks, timber, fiberglass and composite fabrics.
The BBJ turns the Boeing 737 into a VIP-class long-haul aircraft - AINtv
Aimeriez-vous would you like to watch this movie again later ? Do you like this one? You don't like this tape? The Boeing 737 is normally used for large group tours, but what if the opposite were true? Boeing's business jet, its derivatives as a member of the Boeing family, has a very different mission: to transport small groups on long journeys with luxury accommodations.
VIP airplane interiors: A few of the best themes and functions now available.
VIPs are the biggest company aircraft available - and also the most costly. VIP airliners use the same cell as airliners - but the main distinction between an airliner and a VIP airliner is the interior space. Because there are almost no limits to what an owner can incorporate into their airplane, we have compiled a listing of the best interior spaces and unparalleled capabilities for VIP airplanes.
Bright, roomy and breezy are three words you probably wouldn't think of when traveling in an airplane - but this room in a BBJ 737-700IGW will make you think. First-class workmanship - among them a large number of woods and even some golden - would make this lounging look like a high-end motel, let alone an airplane.
Built into a BBJ 777-200, this earthy master bedroom has a starry sky cover - a hallmark of luxurious living as Rolls Royce offers a similar choice for its most pricey automobiles. This interior is truly unmistakable thanks to its degree of detail and atmospheric illumination. Lufthansa Tecknik built this curving walk-in showers into a VVIP Boeing 787.
This spacious bath is a further development of smaller company jetliners, which usually only have extra space in the bath - let alone a full bath. Even though it is built into a VVIP aircraft, this bath would not appear out of place in a villa - which reinforces it as one of the best interior design characteristics of a plane.
The Aerolift is one of Greenpoint Technologies' newest innovations for the BBJ 747-8. Offering room for four persons, the hoist can transport travellers from the airfield to the upper decks of the plane. Elevators in an airplane are definitely a special characteristic that is still rare in VVIP airplanes.
Aerolift is an optional extra for the 747 and 787 VVIPs, with Greenpoint currently connecting Aerolift to four of them. By now Boeing has begun to provide its Skyview panorama windows for BBJ1, 2, 3 and all BBJ MAXs. This 4.5 foot long aperture offers unparalleled vistas and is an cutting-edge new function for VVIPs.
The Skyview is also available as a Boeing upgrade version - allowing older BBJ plane operators to take in the views.