The biggest challenge for any business aircraft manufacturer is determining how much space, comfort and amenities to dedicate to the crew and the passengers. For ultra-long-range business jets, these factors are magnified by the amount of time these aircraft spend aloft. Passengers’ needs can be met with comfortable, flexible seating and tables, good lighting and well-equipped galleys, as well as a fully functioning airborne office, fast inflight connectivity, entertainment systems and ...

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