The New Boeing 787 Business Jet Is The Highest Penthouse Suite In The World

All images via Kestrel Aviation
All images via Kestrel Aviation

Have you ever woken up in your penthouse suite, glared out of the window down at the peasants of Manhattan and thought, “I can’t get far enough away”? Worry no more! Boeing now offers you the highest penthouse suite in the world—in the belly of a 787 private jet.

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Aviation consulting firm (whatever that is) Kestral Aviation oversaw the modifications on the Boeing 787 Dreamliner, partnered with Pierrejean Design Studios and Greenpoint Technologies, according to Business Insider.

The magnificent design overhaul took over two years to engineer and fabricate. The result is a mobile 2,400 square-foot penthouse capable of 17-hour non-stop trips for you and 39 passengers and all of their fancy-pants shit.

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The total cost of the plane and its luxurious transformation, and your dream getaway, only costs around $325 million.

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$325 million.

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DISCUSSION

What the fuck is this part of the penthouse?!?!?! None of my penthouses include anything so abysmal as the peasantry shown here.