SLEEPING ON A PRIVATE JET

Your Guide to Private Jet Bedrooms

Chartering a private jet is considered to be one of the most luxurious ways to travel. There’s always plenty of different facilities on board for people to enjoy, from the latest in entertainment & wi-fi to king size beds and even showers.

Knowing what to experience when it comes to private jets can help you when choosing one to charter out, with regards to the available facilities. We’re going to be taking a look at what you should expect at the various stages of private jets, so you can be confident in making the right choice.

Turboprop, Very light jet and light jet aircraft

These are private jets made for shorter periods of travel, and this means that they’re going to offer you only the bare minimum when it comes to sleeping facilities. While even the most basic private jets are still going to be luxurious, there’s less of sleeping facilities and more of a private cabin.

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    Midsize & Super midsize jets

    The next type of jet which you can consider is the medium sized jet. This kind of aircraft is for use on flights which are between 3 and 5 hours long, and consequently, have more facilities which are devoted to sleeping. This type of jet will typically have a sofa on which to lay, the cabin crew will be happy to provide any pillows or bedding to make you more comfortable.

    Heavy and Long-range Jets

    Some of our ultra-long-range jets are capable 12-hour flights or more, and so there’s a considerable emphasis on comfort and style. Some of these aircraft convert into a private a master bedroom, with a double bed and all the extra comfort items that you would expect in a 5-star hotel making sure you get the best possible rest. It’s an essential part of any long journey and we would try and encourage you to make the most of it.

    Boeing Business Jet / Airbus corporate jet

    We’ve now reached the cream of the crop – the best in the ‘biz. This type of aircraft is considered to be the ultimate aircraft in the skies. You get a roomy and luxurious interior, backed up with an attentive cabin crew who work to make your experience as enjoyable as possible. These aircraft come complete with state bedroom, supersized bed, satin sheets and in most cases even a shower.

    If you’re looking for a quality sleep during your flight, this is the ultimate aircraft for you.

    Overall, these are the different types of private jet bedrooms that are going to be traditionally available to you. They all offer all kinds of different options and provide you with various levels of comfort and style depending on your needs. It’s not a difficult stretch to imagine yourself arriving for a private jet with a check-in time of less than 20 minutes and finding a beautiful cabin all prepared for you.

    With all the available options, finding the ideal bedroom for your flight isn’t a difficult task. Just speak with on of our aviation consultants who can find you a range of suitable aircraft to match any specifications you require. All our aircraft are available worldwide and with as little as 90 minutes notice.

    FAQ:

    How is sleeping in a Turboprop, Very light jet and light jet aircraft?

    These are private jets made for shorter periods of travel, and this means that they’re going to offer you only the bare minimum when it comes to sleeping facilities. While even the most basic private jets are still going to be luxurious, there’s less of sleeping facilities and more of a private cabin.

    How is sleeping in a Midsize & Super midsize jets?

    The next type of jet which you can consider is the medium sized jet. This kind of aircraft is for use on flights which are between 3 and 5 hours long, and consequently, have more facilities which are devoted to sleeping. This type of jet will typically have a sofa on which to lay, the cabin crew will be happy to provide any pillows or bedding to make you more comfortable.

    How is sleeping in a Heavy and Long-range Jets?

    Some of our ultra-long-range jets are capable 12-hour flights or more, and so there’s a considerable emphasis on comfort and style. Some of these aircraft convert into a private a master bedroom, with a double bed and all the extra comfort items that you would expect in a 5-star hotel making sure you get the best possible rest. It’s an essential part of any long journey and we would try and encourage you to make the most of it.

    How is sleeping in a Boeing business Jet / Airbus corporate jet?

    We’ve now reached the cream of the crop – the best in the ‘biz. This type of aircraft is considered to be the ultimate aircraft in the skies. You get a roomy and luxurious interior, backed up with an attentive cabin crew who work to make your experience as enjoyable as possible. These aircraft come complete with state bedroom, supersized bed, satin sheets and in most cases even a shower. If you’re looking for a quality sleep during your flight, this is the ultimate aircraft for you. Overall, these are the different types of private jet bedrooms which are going to be traditionally available to you. They all offer all kinds of different options and provide you with various levels of comfort and style depending on your needs. It’s not a difficult stretch to imagine yourself arriving for a private jet with a check in time of less than 20 minutes and finding a beautiful cabin all prepared for you.