So, you`ve made your decision to buy a private jet. You have had discussions with specialist brokers, lawyers and financiers to make sure you buy the right plane at the right price. But what of the interior of your jet? How can you personalise, style and furnish it? And what can`t you do? At a recent Quaynote Communications webinar, a panel of aircraft design and outfitting experts drew on their experience to discuss how to achieve the best interior design for your private jet.
If imprinting your own personal style on the jet is important to you, then you need to choose your aircraft carefully. Manufacturers such as Bombardier, Gulfstream or Embraer sell smaller aircraft with a predefined interior. “The customer can choose from a limited catalogue of different layout, design and material options,” points out Tim Callies of Callies Grafe Design. “If he also wants to personalise his interior, this usually costs a lot of money and sometimes dramatically affects the delivery time of the aircraft.” Conversely, If you choose a “Green Aircraft” from Airbus or Boeing from the outset, all doors are open, within regulatory guidelines, to have your jet interior designed to your liking.
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