Wednesday 26 July 2017

Take a peek inside the €50k-an-hour luxury V-VIP plane with master bedroom, oversized shower and high-living lounge

Side note: The €50k an hour does not include fuel

Denise Calnan

Denise Calnan

Is the economy class seat just not cutting it for you anymore?

If you can gather a few friends, and be willing to pay €50,000-an-hour (not including fuel), you could take a ride on the the Boeing Business 787 Dream Jet.

The luxury plane features a master bedroom, master washroom, master dressing area, lounge and dining area and guest cabins.

You'll be living the high life in the bedroom which promises to be "a sanctuary for rest and relaxation", according to the Dream Jet's brochure.

First Officer Yang Zhan in the cockpit of the Boeing Business 787 Dream Jet which flew into Dublin Airport.
Pic Steve Humphreys
5th May 2017.
First Officer Yang Zhan in the cockpit of the Boeing Business 787 Dream Jet which flew into Dublin Airport. Pic Steve Humphreys 5th May 2017.
The Boeing Business 787 Dream Jet which flew into Dublin Airport. Pic Steve Humphreys 5th May 2017.
The Boeing Business 787 Dream Jet which flew into Dublin Airport. Pic Steve Humphreys 5th May 2017.
The Boeing Business 787 Dream Jet which flew into Dublin Airport. Pic Steve Humphreys 5th May 2017.
The Boeing Business 787 Dream Jet which flew into Dublin Airport. Pic Steve Humphreys 5th May 2017.
The Boeing Business 787 Dream Jet which flew into Dublin Airport. Pic Steve Humphreys 5th May 2017.
The Boeing Business 787 Dream Jet which flew into Dublin Airport. Pic Steve Humphreys 5th May 2017.
The Boeing Business 787 Dream Jet which flew into Dublin Airport. Pic Steve Humphreys 5th May 2017.
Purser Arisa Zhang Yan, Flight Attendant Maggie XV Min and Cabin Manager Cissy Zhang Lu on board the Boeing Business 787 Dream Jet which flew into Dublin Airport. Pic Steve Humphreys 5th May 2017.
The Boeing Business 787 Dream Jet which flew into Dublin Airport. Pic Steve Humphreys 5th May 2017.
The loo on board the Boeing Business 787 Dream Jet which flew into Dublin Airport. Pic Steve Humphreys 5th May 2017.
The loo on board the Boeing Business 787 Dream Jet which flew into Dublin Airport. Pic Steve Humphreys 5th May 2017.
Purser Arisa Zhang Yan, Flight Attendant Maggie XV Min and Cabin Manager Cissy Zhang Lu on board the Boeing Business 787 Dream Jet which flew into Dublin Airport. Pic Steve Humphreys 5th May 2017.
The Boeing Business 787 Dream Jet which flew into Dublin Airport. Pic Steve Humphreys 5th May 2017.
The Boeing Business 787 Dream Jet which flew into Dublin Airport. Pic Steve Humphreys 5th May 2017.
The Boeing Business 787 Dream Jet which flew into Dublin Airport. Pic Steve Humphreys 5th May 2017.
The Boeing Business 787 Dream Jet which flew into Dublin Airport. Pic Steve Humphreys 5th May 2017.

The washroom accommodates two with an "over-sized shower" and a dual sink vanity area.

The main lounge has window accent lighting, meaning you won't be squinting uncomfortably at the sun's rays, and dedicated tablets so you can control the cabin's atmosphere.

For those who shudder the thought of swollen ankles and dry eyes post-flight, the plane's crew promise that passenger comfort is "significantly improved reducing the cabin altitude to 6,000ft".

"This will mean less fatigue and fewer headaches for passengers," they say.

"Better air quality means fewer complaints of dizziness and fewer headaches and eye irritation dryness."

And, if your friends are lucky enough to be included on your exclusive trip, there are 18 lay-flat first-class seats with ergonomically designed leather seat cushions.

Right, we're off...

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