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Private jet with own cinema lounge and 3 bedrooms goes on sale for £22million

A PRIVATE jet is up for grabs at £21.74million and it’s just as luxurious as you’d expect – with a private cinema onboard.

While taking to the skies, a deep slumber over the Atlantic Ocean or some of the finest cuisine from around the world is only a dream to many of us – but for one high-flyer, this can become an everyday reality.

The plane has been refurbished inside with an en-suite double bed cabin

The Boeing 767 VIP is a unique purchase, which features three bedrooms, an eight-person conference room, private dining area and cinema-style lounge, all compacted into a previously used aircraft.

While the overall model is still in use, especially during long-haul flights due to its wide body structure, this model number in particular has been revamped to make a new debut – with luxury found in every corner.

The once drab and grey interior has been switched up for chic, white leather seating and sleek black tables, which are completed with 80-inch screen televisions.

In the conference room, any business is ready for take-off with comfy, deep-fill chairs that recline at the simple touch of a button or for extra comfort, with on-demand heating.

The jet has chic white leather seating and sleek black tables as well as 80-inch TVs
A wrap-around sofa, complete with pillows and blankets, is in the dining room

As you think over multi-million pound deals, take a look outside the wide windows and enjoy the picturesque views of the bustling world beneath.

In a bid to take away from the stress, a wrap-around sofa, complete with pillows and blankets awaits in the dining room with another 80-inch screen television for a first class in-flight entertainment experience.

Behind the sofa, a seven-person dining table is readily set up with bespoke cutlery and dinnerware for an ultimate chef’s feast.

For a place to unwind with a cocktail of choice or perhaps liquor on the rocks, the living area offers multiple close-knit seats for an intimate after dinner meeting.

The en-suite bathroom has a walk-in rainfall shower and “his and hers” sinks



On-board crew will also benefit from the new design with a brand new rest area

In true luxuriousness, the master suite can be found only a few steps away, which features a queen-sized bed with ultra-comfy white bedding and ambient light settings to fit any mood.

If you’re feeling energised, a striking blue can encompass the room and for a little more romance, deep red tones are ready and waiting.

In the en-suite bathroom, a walk-in rainfall shower and “his and hers” sinks await for the perfect refresh and to end the night, two velvet dressing gowns are offered in the double-door wardrobe.

In VIP Completions’ biggest project yet, the interior and exterior design of the aircraft has been meticulously renovated with attention-to-detail in mind.

Behind the sofa, a seven-person dining table is readily set up

From new ultra-white and contrasting black exterior paint, to fluffy seats in the cockpit and top-of-the-range mechanics, the model is a far cry from its original state.

On-board crew will also benefit from the new design with a brand new rest area and as everything is controlled via an iPad, nothing more than a finger will need to be lifted.

Other features include WiFi, LED lighting, custom multi-zone sound systems and enough seating for 33 people

Other features include WiFi, LED lighting, custom multi-zone sound systems and enough seating for 33 people, with space for 16 guests to sleep.

In July 1978, American manufacturer Boeing Commercial Airplanes debuted the model as part of their 7X7 program and later, the first prototype flew in September 1981.

The aircraft can be purchased for £21.74million

Austrian Airlines, Delta, IcelandAir and TUIAirways are among the many airlines who still use this model today.

Available for sale or lease with SmartJets, the aircraft can be purchased for the ultimate travel experience for $24.95 million (£21.74 million).

Meanwhile, this private plane used to belong to Walt Disney and flew him all over America.

And this lavish jet is used for mega-rich golfers on the LIV tour.

The private jet has its own cinema, lounge and three bedrooms

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