While there is no matching the speed of an aircraft, there is also no matching the grandeur of a yacht. A lucky few get to combine the best of both worlds, and a concept like Officina Armare’s Bombardier Global 6000 interior is born. The interior proposal of the jet boasts Art Deco influences in addition to taking aesthetic inspiration from yachting architecture. The plane accommodates eight passengers and is divided into three zones, just like a luxury boat’s decks. The first zone comprises a galley, guest bathroom, and crew facilities. The second zone is all about entertaining and socializing. It is designed to serve as the main saloon, complete with dining that seats up to four adjacent to another seating area that seats three with a coffee table. Speaking of entertainment, the jet will feature a bar with stools from Glyn Peter Machin 41,000 feet above sea level, offering views that even superyachts can’t afford.
The bar top lowers to double up as a theater to watch your favorite movies while long-haul flights. The third zone is where the designers position the owner’s suite, flaunting a full-beam main cabin, bathroom, a splendid walk-in wardrobe, and even an office. In addition to the fantastic features, the design team recommends a touch of Hermès signature leather for the cabins. At the same time, the lounges look incredible with Loro Piana’s soft wool and feature crocodile leather details.
The superior long-range jet is equipped with state-of-the-art technology like wide-screen televisions, DVD, and Blu-ray players. Ambient lighting combined with a surround sound system by ALTO Aviation creates the desired milieu that celebrates the art of traveling. Wireless technology ensures the entire interior can be controlled using a smartphone app. The Bombardier Global 6000 jet has a top speed of Mach 0.88, which is 528 mph, 1050 km/h, and a cruising speed of 902 km/h (487 mph) owing to dual Rolls-Royce BR710A2-20 turbofan.