Bombardier delivered its first Global 7500 corporate jet today.
The swish aircrafts have been designed to cater for the worlds wealthiest holidaymakers.
With a £57 million price tag, theres no surprise that the cabins have been decked out with the most plush interiors.
Queen sized beds and hot showers are among the amenities on offer on board.
PLANE SAILING: Wealthy holidaymakers can travel in style on this jet (Pic: REUTERS)
The Global 7500 is set to take the travel world by storm.
It will compete with the Gulfstreams G650, which has been one of the most popular choices in the business jet market since 2012.
Both aircrafts can connect the US and Asia in good time as they fly at just under the speed of sound.
But experts believe that the new carrier could have the edge due to its comfortable interiors.
COME FLY WITH GLEE: These luxury cabins are bound to excite travel fans (Pic: REUTERS)
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Cabins of the Global 7500 resemble hotels in the air, with their wide entertainment screens and comfy seats.
The jets are also the first to offer beds that havent been converted from onboard sofas.
Adam Twiddle, chief executive of PrivateFly, believes that this is a huge pull-factor for customers.
He said: “The ability to rest undisturbed and comfortable, in a private space, is – for many – a higher priority than indulging in champagne and caviar.”
LOOKING FLY: The interiors have impressed industry experts (Pic: REUTERS)
NO PLACE LIKE HOME: The interiors replicate household furniture (Pic: REUTERS)
Thomas Flohr, founder of business aviation company VistaJet, agreed that comfy furnishings are paramount.
The expert explained: “In such long-range, high-speed aircraft, you must have a proper stateroom allowing you to get some good, comfortable sleep.”
Bombardier also plans to develop a convertible chaise lounge that will allow passengers to use it as a bench, reclining chair or lie-flat mattress.
Tim Fagan, industrial design manager, explained: “We wanted it to look like the type of furniture youd have at home.”
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There has already been plenty of interest in the luxury jet.
The Global 7500 is sold out until 2021, with dozens of orders planned in the coming years.
Around 19 deliveries are expected in 2019, with a further 39 for 2020.
JetNet data estimates that Bombardier will ramp up its production during this time.