OK, flying first and business class is luxury enough for most us but imagine being able to take your own private jet.
A Boeing 787 Dreamliner has become the world’s first aircraft to be converted into what could be best described as a flying penthouse apartment.
The plane which is capable of accommodating 40 passengers has an entertainment and study lounge, spaces designed specifically for dining, an en-suite master bedroom that has a hotel-style bathroom, a dressing room and a magnificent 42 inch TV.
To give you an idea about the size of the size of the aircraft, the Dreamliner is usually a commercial aircraft that carries anywhere between 240 and 335 passengers at any one time.
However, if you are one of the select few who gets the opportunity to fly aboard this particular plane you will find the experience different from your typical Boeing flight.
The aircraft oozes style and sophistication with the interior designed by Pierrejean Design and has been kitted out with hardwood floors, sculptured doors, also hardwood, hand-made bespoke carpets and high domed ceilings. TV screens, window blinds and requesting a stewardess can all be done using a tablet.
The jet was created by Kestrel Aviation Management and is dubbed the Dreamjet.
The aircraft has been in development since 2009 and was only unveiled at this year’s European Business Aviation Convention and Exhibition in Geneva and has since been bought by an Asian client whose identity has not been revealed.
It has a 9,800 nautical mile range and can fly for more than 17 hours non-stop.