Interior Designer: Ric Michaels

Exterior Designer: Ric Michaels

Completion Centre: Flexjet

Associated: Riva Yachts

Flexjet is set to redefine luxury aviation with its latest private jet design concept, inspired by a fusion of nature and maritime allure.

Drawing inspiration from various themes, including nature, automobiles, and marine sports, Flexjet has crafted a concept that promises to captivate passengers with its vibrant colours and sophisticated style. The design features elements reminiscent of Riva sport boats, renowned for their bold colours and sleek designs, seamlessly incorporated into the interior of the aircraft.

Utilising teak and holly veneers, aquamarine tones, and multiple veneers, Flexjet has created a design that exudes both elegance and playfulness. The carpeting, reminiscent of ocean hues, brings a sense of tranquillity and serenity to the cabin, while still maintaining a sense of sophistication.

While currently in the conceptual stage, production of this innovative design is scheduled to commence this year, with the aircraft set to join Flexjet’s esteemed fleet of fifty Gulfstream aircraft in 2024. By drawing inspiration from other industries, such as automotive and marine, Flexjet aims to set itself apart from the competition, offering passengers a unique and unforgettable flying experience.

With its theme, “You won’t be flown…you’ll be moved,” Flexjet underscores its commitment to providing bespoke interiors that go beyond mere transportation. Each detail is meticulously crafted with precision and attention to quality, ensuring that every journey is nothing short of extraordinary.

The completion of this Gulfstream aircraft will require approximately 15,000 man-hours at Flexjet’s in-house completion centre, a testament to the company’s dedication to excellence. As with every project, Flexjet’s fanatic attention to detail and unwavering dedication to craftsmanship will undoubtedly shine through, leaving passengers in awe of the luxury and sophistication that awaits them on board.