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LUXURY travel just got even more lavish — thanks to an incredible new model of private jet.
The ‘convertible’ aircraft features a clear ceiling, allowing passengers to gaze out at the sky above them.
Even the most famous A-listers would be impressed with the sophisticated plane.
The vehicle is known as the Airbus ACJ319neo Infinito jet.
It has been specially designed by Airbus and Pagaini Automobili, an exclusive Italian company that manufactures just 45 cars per year.
The aircraft is even more lavish than the regular Airbus A919neo model, which is worth a staggering £77 milliom ($130 million).
When looking at the amazing features, there’s no doubt that designers didn’t hold back on the expenses.
Despite this, Airbus are yet to release the value of this unique model.
The aircraft boasts countless impressive features and can comfortably carry eight passengers.
The most obvious is the clear ceiling, which allows passengers to look up at the clouds.
In the unlikely chance they get bored of the stunning view from their seat, the transparent ceiling above them can be used in another exciting way.
On request, the roof can broadcast other images.
Other exciting characteristics include LED and mood lights that can evoke a relaxing ambience.
Travellers can get more privacy by turning dividing walls opaque at the click of a button.
They can also kick back in the comfy double bed, dining area and shower suite.
The carpets on board have been fashioned from soft-leather and the furniture is made out of carbon fibre.
Designers took inspiration from famous Italian Renaissance artist Leonardo da Vinci.
Pagani Automobili founder Horacio Pagani explained: “Art and science can walk together hand-in-hand: this is the Pagani philosophy.
“The combination of state-of-the-art composite materials never used before in an aircraft, such as CarboTitanium, with the typical design language of Pagani Automobili, has always represented our signature …
“The combination of art and science originally espoused by Leonardo da Vinci.”
It’s safe to say that the model isn’t suitable for the everyday traveller, as Airbus are targeting the wealthiest clients.
Airbus’ Corporate Jets managing director Benoit Defforge: “In bringing together the best of the supercar and business jet worlds, we enable an elegant and seamless link for customers of both, while bringing a fresh approach to cabin design and satisfying very demanding standards.”