Welcome to the world’s largest and most luxurious private jet — The VVIP Dreamliner B787 Dreamjet. If the first class from Emirates or Singapore Airlines don’t do it for you, then this just might be it.
Boeing 787 Dreamliners are usually commercial aircraft, carrying between 240 and 335 passengers. But this one has been transformed into a 40-passenger private jet and is so well-equipped it resembles a flying hotel. Developed by Kestrel Aviation Management and French aircraft interior designer Jacques Pierrejean, this one-of-a-kind Boeing Business Jet (BBJ) has also been dubbed the Dreamjet.
Since no one had done a true Boeing 787 private jet before,the whole team had to design and engineer the interior of the aircraft from scratch. In fact, the interior took a year to engineer as well as another year and a half to fabricate and install.
Said to cost $74,000 an hour to fly, the private jet features all the excesses that would only make sense if you had the cash to burn. With a flying time of about 17 hours, the plane can reach virtually any destination on earth.
The base Boeing 787-8 carries a list price of $224.6 million, while the modifications add another $100 million or so to the price tag.