The perfect vacation to Tahiti includes the world’s largest private jet and a $25,000 per hour price tag


From the outside this Boeing airplane might appear like an ordinary Dreamliner 787, but once you’re inside the aircraft you’ll realize that it’s in fact a flying penthouse with amenities that match the most luxurious hotel suites. Operated by Chinese business aviation company ‘Deer Jet’, the heavily customized Boeing VVIP 787 business jet has more than 2,300 square feet of on-board space, luxuriously decorated with handpicked amenities and fully equipped with video and audio options. The aircraft is the first VVIP 787 in the world available for charter and Deer Jet recently announced the inaugural Hong Kong to Tahiti luxury flights.


A series of “Dream Journeys” will take guests across the South Pacific Ocean towards French Polynesia and the company has partnered with an exquisite selection of luxury hospitality brands such as Waldorf Astoria and St. Regis launching to provide a bespoke travel experience to its customers. The seven-night “Dream Journey” also includes a stay in the Royal Estate of the St. Regis Bora Bora Resort. The ultra-long-range 787 can cruise at 561 mph for up to 10,000 miles, providing nonstop flights to virtually anywhere. The aircraft is fitted with extra-large windows and the luxury cabin boasts 18 lie-flat first class beds along with a main lounge for meetings, relaxing or partying. The VVIP 787 is based at Hong Kong International Airport and operated by Deer Jet’s subsidiary, Hong Kong Jet.

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