Lufthansa Technik unveils stunning VIP interior with sun deck!

November 12, 2021
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Lufthansa Technik has unveiled a stunning VIP interior with a sun deck, disco and spa for the super-rich who want to explore the world.

The company calls it “your personal flying hotel” which will “provide you with all comforts and amenities that you can expect from a five-star hotel on the ground.”

“In developing the cabin floor plan, we placed our emphasis on a wide range of possible use cases. Interior elements are deliberately kept multi-functional. In addition to classic room elements such as bedrooms, bathrooms, offices, and conference areas, we show you a variety of new ideas,” Lufthansa Technik said.

And those new ideas are fitness areas, dance floor and a SPA area.

Lufthansa Technik promises “can take all your special equipment with you. No matter if it is a car, offroad vehicle, wing suite, wine cellar, exploration laboratory, or even an emergency medical room – or anything else you might dream off.”

Lufthansa Technik has integrated the unique ceiling projection system of Diehl Aerospace, (below) to create a breathtaking interior that exploits the technology`s full potential for a VIP cabin.

“For the first time, you can bring a variety of atmospheres into your private jet – depending on your mood and occasion. The system covers huge areas of the ceiling and sidewalls where it brings an endless variety of virtual worlds to life.”

And when you arrive at your destination airport you can activate the unique main deck sun deck using the main deck cargo door which is available ex-works on the Airbus A330 freighter or as a retrofit on passenger versions.

This opens up the interior to its surroundings, into which you can then immerse directly via a platform that can be extended by several meters.

Lufthansa Technik says it has chosen the Airbus Corporate Jet ACJ330 as the platform but the layout concept can also be easily transferred into any other widebody aircraft like an Airbus A350, the Boeing 787 or 777.

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