NetJets Europe recruit Lord Norman Foster to design the Falcon 7X


In an industry first, Europe’s leading business jet operator, NetJets Europe, has recruited Pritzker prize-winning architect, Lord Norman Foster, to design the interior and exterior of its newest and most advanced aircraft, the Falcon 7X. The Falcon is the most anticipated aircraft featuring increased fuel efficiency, the most advanced flight control system currently in use, and the ability to fly long-range. The company is confident that the selection of Lord Foster will ensure that the NetJets 7X will have an enduring and lasting sensibility. With the help of many research and meetings with the various clients of NetJets, Lord Foster finally gave birth to this exquisite beauty. The passenger cabin, intended for meetings, sleeping, and dining, is done up in subtle cream and tan color scheme with Fiddleback Sycamore wood fittings while the crew areas are fitted out in gray and black.

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The exterior design too, is a class apart. The bold, dark blue horizontal stripe unifies the windows of the cockpit and cabin, giving the aircraft a sleeker form. The NetJets Europe is so impressed with the outcome that they have elected to introduce Foster’s design as its new livery across its entire 160-strong fleet. The NetJets 7X will be available on the NetJets Europe Owner Program which is based on the concept of fractional ownership. A great machine, it promises to woo all with its amazing technology and exquisite design.
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