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Inside the world's largest private jet

Bombardier's new Global 7000 business jet, pictured, is for the luxury traveller wanting to fly from the comfort of their home or office space A new aircraft worth £55million is set to be the world's largest private jet with four living areas and an ensuite master bedroom ready to fly 19 passengers in total luxury.
The latest in affluent travel, the Global 7000 aircraft, comes from Bombardier and is making its debut in Las Vegas on Sunday at the National Business Aviation Association's flagship industry trade show.
Billed by the Canadian company as 'an extension of your home and office' the jet is said to be the first with four living spaces that can be designed bespoke to its owner's preference, from flooring to decorative accessories - an entirely separate area for the crew is also provided.
Each room of the Mach 0.925 speed aircraft is fitted with big screen televisions, extra large windows and internet connectivity.


A man takes a selfie in front of Bombardier's new Global 7000 business jet, pictured. The aircraft is said to be the first of its kind with four separate living areas Eight customer jets of the Global 7000 are currently in production and on track for deliveries in late 2018, according to Bombardier, who said the aircraft is completely sold out until 2021.
The company believes it will play a key role in its five-year turnaround plan, after almost going bankrupt in 2015 - analysts predict it could add $300million (£227) to Bombardier's operating profit.


The cockpit of a mock-up Bombardier Global 7000 business jet is seen during the National Business Aviation Association conference and expo at the Henderson Executive Airport in Henderson, Nevada, U.S., October 8, 2017.  REUTERS/David Becker The ultra long-range plane, stretching a total length of 111ft 2in, is complete with a private bathroom which includes a shower, wardrobe and vanity set.
With an immense attention to detail, the focus on design is meant to allow the traveller to relax while in the air, or perhaps continue with their work as if they were in the office or home.


An interior view of a mock-up Bombardier Global 7000 business jet, pictured, is meant to make the traveller feel like they're at home The dining area of the Bombardier Global 7000 business jet, pictured, is just one of four living areas offered in this ultra luxurious flight experience The dining area of the Bombardier Global 7000 business jet, pictured, is just one of four living areas offered in this ultra luxurious flight experience where passengers can feel like they're at home or in the office