The sophistication of the Manhattan borough is captured intricately in the Embraer’s Lineage 1000E and is definitely worth exploring. The Manhattan Lineage 1000E is the epitome of style, glitz, and luxury. And, guests will be spellbound with the executive jet that is adorned in deep mahogany wood panels, with brass and gold trimmings, and opulent jewel hues, which makes it a perfect backdrop for fliers seeking luxury.
The cabin has been designed by renowned interior designers Jay Beever and Eddie Sotto who have magically recreated the aura of New York. The Manhattan Airship, 1000E can house around 13 to 19 passengers and has a range of around 5,300 miles. It makes a perfect home away from home and resounds of luxury with its five large cabin zones with multiple layouts. The jet also has a large master suite with queen-size bed and a walk-in shower. It boasts of the largest in-flight accessible baggage compartment in executive aviation, and has enhanced in-flight productivity, and can maintain low cabin altitude.
Patrons can admire the beautiful interiors that include unique metallic and art deco murals and can meet other guests in the luxury lounge, Cloud Club that is inspired by the Chrysler building. The club features a stylized bar and has cosy retractable bar stools, vintage-styled sconces, and an elegant mohair divan. The lounge has an awe-inspiring window that is inspired by the works of the late modernist French artist, Jean-Michel Frank. Another impressive space is the jet’s dining zone, the Crystal room, which is a luxurious enclave, where guests can enjoy mouth-watering delights. The enclave can allow around six passengers at a time to dine-or-lunch privately.
The private jet is considered longest in its class but meets its length limits that are established by the aviation authorities, so as to match the quality of an executive plane. And, this allows it to land at executive airports including London City in the UK, Aspen ASE, in Colorado, and more.