Wednesday, May 10, 2017

"Dream Jet" lands at Belgrade Airport

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One of the world's most advanced and luxurious executive aircraft landed at Belgrade Airport yesterday. The "Dream Jet", operated by the Chinese HNA Group's subsidiary Deer Jet, is a 2.400 square foot home for high rollers at high altitude. Deer Jet is currently travelling around the world showing off the aircraft before it starts to lease it out. The cost of renting it is 66.000 euros per hour. The interior is so specialised that it took a year to engineer and a further year and half to manufacture and install after the aircraft rolled off the Boeing production line. It can accommodate up to forty passengers. Facilities include a master bedroom with double bed, a master bathroom complete with shower and double vanity unit, four kitchens, a main lounge with couches, a dining table and flat screen TVs, as well as a guest cabin with lie-flat seats for up to eighteen people. The company will run exclusive packages which will enable customers to travel long-distance and then stay in luxury hotels for a set period. The interior is state of the art, with electronically moved furniture and electric window blinds controlled by a tablet. The cabin pressure is set at an altitude of 6.000 feet, lower than normal, in order to reduce the effects of jet lag, and the flight crew can add humidity to the air to stop it getting too dry.

Inside the "Dream Jet"






15 comments:

  1. Probl picking up King Vucic for his PEK journey??

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  2. I think Chinese noticed that the word "boutique" is pronounced quite often in BEG these days :))))

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  3. Boutique aircraft at boutique airports in boutique countries :) Serbia is the new Switzerland!

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    1. I just peed my pants laughing. Tnx man

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  4. Dream liner land in Belgrade. Just waiting for Airbus A380 at airport Nikola Tesla and dream will be over. Only left to landing concession, developers, and new era in comercial aviation will be in Serbia. Belgrade neo is your turn.
    Rodney Marinkovic. At winters residence Kings Park Sydney Australia

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    1. I think I read somewhere that there was an Emirates a380 recently at BEG as it had to land due to a health issue of a passenger

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    2. Radovane, the dream is never over.
      Peace brother.

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    3. @Anonymous 12.31PM
      A380 unfortunately has never landed in the region ever, including BEG. The biggest birds in BEG are B744 & An124 whpith newest produced CS100 & B787

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  5. Testing the route for BEG - PEK? Stay tuned to find out!

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  6. "The cabin pressure is set at an altitude of 6.000 feet, lower than normal"

    Isn't this true for ALL 787's?

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    1. Mozda misle na to da Dreamliner ima nizu "kabinu" nego drugi komercijalni avioni...ne verujem da ovaj specifično ima prednost nad drugim Dreamlinerima...

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  7. I tata bi sine

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  8. When does it go to ZAG ?

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    1. It isn't going there.

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