Inspired by New York’s Art Deco-era masterpieces and based on the company’s flagship Lineage 1000E, the Embraer Manhattan Jet is an opulent sky chariot. The ‘Manhattan’ luxury jet channels 1920s american glamour while drawing inspiration from the art deco movement.
In an effort to make flying feel a little more like it did back in its golden era the designers did not skimp on the opulence. The plane was created by the Embraer’s vice president of interior design, Jay Beever, in collaboration with former disney ‘imagineer’, Eddie Sotto.
The luxury business jet’s deep mahogany wooden panels, brass and gold trim, and rich jewel hues provide the backdrop for the interior. The artwork in the entryway includes a distinctive metallic mural, reminiscent of the iconic art deco mural in the Empire State Building. Guests can meet in the ‘Cloud Club’, a lounge with décor inspired by the Chrysler Building. The club features a cosmopolitan style bar with retractable bar stools, vintage sconces and a mohair / lambskin divan. Another noteworthy feature of this space is the panoramic city loft window inspired by Jean-Michel Frank’s minimalist designs. The Crystal Room offers dining for up to six guests at a time. In total the main cabin can accommodate 19 passengers in total.
The extravagant airplane evokes a timeless elegance with touches of grand iconic style. Warm wooden flooring, rich accents, and brass light treatments throughout the aircraft create a clubby atmosphere.
Experience the splendor of a bygone era. Traveling in style doesn’t get much better than this.