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Passengers no longer have to wonder what it would take to actually feel rested at the end of a flight -- all you have to do is become a head of state.

The business-flying elite will soon be able to cruise the skies in even more comfort as one of the world’s leading aircraft manufacturers unveils its latest VIP cabin fittings.

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The BBJ 747-8 will cost an additional $500,000 with the Aeroloft. Photo by US Consulate Chennai.

Boeing has taken delivery of the first Boeing Business jet (BBJ) fitted with the new Aeroloft. Boeing said of the nine Aeroloft-modified BBJ aircrafts that have been sold to date, all are for destined for undisclosed head-of-state customers.

Exhausted business leaders can change into less formal attire before recharging their batteries in one of the eight private, luxurious sleeping quarters or sitting back in the adjacent lounge.


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