Boeing Business Jets has unveiled a number of luxurious and contemporary design concepts for the 747-8 VIP.

The interior concepts, which are being shown for the first time at the European Business Aviation Convention and Exhibition in Geneva, feature vaulted ceilings, spiral staircases and video wall displays.

“With more than 465m2 [5,000ft2] of cabin space, the new 747-8 VIP jet epitomises incomparable luxury and operational flexibility,” says Boeing Business Jets president Steven Hill.

Boeing 747-8 interior

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The new SkyLoft area, which is located above the main cabin between the upper deck and tail of the 747-8 VIP, provides up to 81.8m2 (880ft2) of cabin space and gives owners the opportunity to create unique personal suites, private offices and recreational spaces, says Boeing, which does not actually design or install interiors in VIP aircraft.

With SkyLoft, the VIP-configured 747-8 offers over 526m2 (5,660ft2) of cabin space, can carry 100 passengers and fly up to 17,150km (10,656m).

Boeing has four orders for the 747-8 VIP to date from unnamed customers. It says there are currently 22 VIP-configured 747s in service.

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