Belfast Telegraph

Thursday 18 December 2014

Passengers fly around world in lap of luxury

Netjets is known for putting their own stamp on private aircraft - using the same seating, interior design, materials and colour schemes on each plane, which means that the aircraft won't need to be assembled one at a time like most private jets sold, cutting down significantly on production costs.

While margins will be slashed, that is not to say the passengers will be slumming it. Users of business jets are accustomed to the most luxurious surroundings - and business jet interiors has become an industry in its own right.

The Business Jet Interiors World Expo, at Farnborough, showcases "the very latest in executive jet and helicopter interior design and technologies to a global community of executive jet owners, operators and completion centres."

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