Guests would enter a large hall on the first deck where they would be entertained by bands such as U2 and The Police (hey, money is no object here). The after parts of the lower deck would be taken up by a swanky bar, a night club (with hot tub), and a chill out lounge.
Anything bearing even the slightest resemblance to an economy class seat would be most strictly banned.
Though staid private jet salesmen bristle at the stereotype
of private jet users as playboys and rock stars, and prefer to call their
aircraft 'business tools', our private A380 would be about babes, bling, and
Over drinks at an air show last year I asked a representative of Airbus Corporate Jets how customers might configure their personal ACJ380. He told me that clients in the Middle East (probably the only part of the world where there is enough personal wealth for ACJ380s) tend to focus on carrying people. VIPs from this part of he world have vast entourages who are inevitably accompanied by a legion of maids and other aides.
On a disc Airbus passed me at the Singapore Airshow, there
were a few images of a proposed ACJ380 interior. There is plenty of room for
friends, but it is not exactly a party palace. That said, I expect my friends
would still be impressed if I were to fly them around in one of these ultimate