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Inside the $300 million luxury Dreamliner that boasts butlers, a lounge and 18 lie-flat beds

Mirror logo Mirror 10/05/2017 Julie Delahaye

Credits: SWNS.com © Provided by Trinity Mirror Shared Services Limited Credits: SWNS.com Travelling in style has just been taken to a whole new level thanks to the world's first Boeing 787 'Dream Jet'!

The Dreamliner aircraft has been given a seriously lavish makeover to become the world's largest luxury business charter, for the first time in the UK.

Thanks to the $300 million update, the impressive jet's interiors look more like the inside of a five-star hotel rather than a plane - in fact it's already been dubbed an 'airborne penthouse' by aviation fans.

There's a master bedroom and en-suite bathroom, a main lounge with comfortable sofas and dining tables, and a separate guest cabin for passengers hoping to catch a few hours of sleep in one of the 18 lie-flat first class seats.

The jet can hold up to 30 passengers alongside a host of cabin crew and in-flight butlers who are ready to cater to your every need.

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In fact, everything has been tailored for passengers' ultimate comfort.

The 2,400 sq ft cabin is pressurised to just 6,000 ft so guests still feel refreshed after a long-haul journey, not to mention the windows are larger than other aircraft and the air is kept cleaner.

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The lucky few who will get to fly in this glamorous aircraft will also enjoy state-of-the-art entertainment, including wide-screen TVs in the lounge, and will also be offered leading connectivity solutions.

As well as the main lounge, dining area and guest cabin, there are separate areas where crew can get some rest during longer journeys, as well as dedicated work spaces for the in-flight butlers.

As for the food? Forget the packaged ready meals we've grown accustomed to - here gourmet dishes are on the menu.

Passengers won't have to hunch over fold-out tables in order to enjoy their meals, thanks to the dedicated dining areas with spacious tables and comfortable leather chairs or sofas.

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The updated Dreamliner was showcased at London's Stansted Airport on Thursday by private jet company Deer Jet , to celebrate the launch of their new range of exclusive, bespoke travel packages.

One that's particularly A-list worth is a seven-night charter package which even includes accommodation at the Presidential Suite of St Regis Bora Bora Resort .


Credits: SWNS.com © Provided by Trinity Mirror Shared Services Limited Credits: SWNS.com The 'Dream Jet' will be covering a host of direct routes such as London to Beijing, or Hong Kong to Los Angeles.

In fact, the aircraft can fly for a maximum of 17.5 hours, covering over a 9,800 mile range non-stop at Mach 0.85.

Deer Jet have revealed plans to add more itineraries in the future, with a goal of creating seamless travel and "making travel an art".

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"We are delighted to bring this unique aircraft to London," said Frank Fang, Vice President of Deer Jet. "Its showcases the signature service of Deer Jet which is inspired by the values of performance, elegance and distinction.

"With the 787 Dream Jet, we are proud to serve discerning business and leisure travellers worldwide."

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The aircraft made a brief stop at London Stansted Airport for the showcase, before starting a charter programme with flight routes spanning the globe - you can get the full details on Deer Jet's website here .

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The 'Dream Jet' was designed by Pierrejean Design Studios of France and outfitted by Greenpoint Technologies in the US.

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