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Let’s go Back to Work … in the Sky

Rich and famous – everyone’s dream, however, there some fortunate people who reached the golden target. Among these Ronald Trump, for instance, who goes to work to his business jet airplane … up in the sky. Incredible as it may sound, this is possible, and the business of creating offices for the richest people in private jets is an emerging part of successful careers. Airplanes manufacturers have created Boeing Business Jets in 700-, 800- and 900ER-series 737s at 34 meters, 40 meters and 42 meters long. For instance, Trump’s latest acquisition is the former 737, but with a fuselage that’s five meters longer. Such a business private jet turned into an office is about 125 square meters, equipped with the latest gadgets.

Luxury Business Offices Arion SBJ - Source cnngo.com
Luxury Business Offices Arion SBJ - Source cnngo.com


Luxury Business Offices Concept Bedroom in Private Jets - Source cnngo.com
Luxury Business Offices Concept Bedroom in Private Jets - Source cnngo.com


Luxury Business Offices Conference Room - Source cnngo.com
Luxury Business Offices Conference Room - Source cnngo.com

Luxury Business Offices in Boeing 737 - Source cnngo.com
Luxury Business Offices in Boeing 737 - Source cnngo.com

Luxury Business Offices in Boeing 737 - Source cnngo.com
Luxury Business Offices in Boeing 737 - Source cnngo.com

Private Jets – Necessity or Whim?

Nowadays, being as quick as possible can make you save a fortune – both money and time. Having a private jet or maybe renting one has become a more and more common acquisition, of course, still for the ones who afford paying the real price for it. Think a little – how about skipping queues at check-in, then the time before getting on the plane, before taking off and after landing when you have to take your luggage back. Quite a long time lost, instead of having rest or staying with your family and friends enjoying the time together. One question can come across our minds – why do rich people choose to spend fortunes on this type of travelling instead of flying with more »

Accor Novotel Hotel Opening at Brisbane Airport

The Accor Network will open a new hotel at The Novotel Brisbane Airport, the 23rd in Australia. This is currently under construction and due to be completed by October 2009.

It will be the second Novotel in Brisbane, the first opened in 1995 in Creek Street in the heart of the central business district. The 156 room Novotel is being developed by Kenlynn Properties Australia and is being built on an 8000sqm block of land at 1 Airport Drive. There are over 40 Novotels at major airports around the globe.

The special design of the hotel includes a six storey atrium and a dramatic, glass-ended, cantilevered rooftop pool and recreation space.

The Novotel will be part of a relatively new retail, commercial and recreational precinct that will also comprise a DFO super-store, childcare centre, Woolworths supermarket and a golf course. In addition to its convenient address,

Accor Novotel Brisbane Airport
Accor Novotel Brisbane Airport
the new Novotel hotel will also feature also relaxing conveniences like a roof top terrace, gymnasium, lap pool and sauna, a lobby bar, a la carte restaurant, underground parking and six meeting rooms to service the needs of corporate clients in transit.

Accor Vice President Australia, Simon McGrath said, “Brisbane Airport is much more than just an airport, it is one of Brisbane’s fastest growing commercial areas and the gateway to the Gold Coast and south-east Queensland. Brisbane Airport currently handles some 18.5 million passengers annually – a growth of 50% since 2003 – and is forecast to grow to 33.3 million by 2029, making new infrastructure such as the Novotel crucial.”

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