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Passenger Airplane Transformed Into A Private Paradise

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Passenger Airplane Transformed Into A Private Paradise - Business aviation publisher
Krista Kuznecova
Aircraft: Airplanes
Source: My funcorner

For the first time in history, passenger airliner Boeing 787 Dreamliner was transformed into a private jet, with the interior like 5 – stars hotel. The price of this aircraft is $ 324 million. The plane collect 335 passenger, today is a private plane who collect 40 people. Luxurious master suite, conference tables, restaurants, cinema, greate place for living room and 16 beds for sleeping.

Passenger Airplane Transformed Into A Private Paradise

Passenger Airplane Transformed Into A Private Paradise

Passenger Airplane Transformed Into A Private Paradise

Passenger Airplane Transformed Into A Private Paradise

 



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