Private Jet Interior – Take a Look Inside

Gulfstream G700 interior white leather seats

Ever wondered what a private jet interior is like? We have rounded up some of the best interiors of private jets.

Be warned, these are luxurious interiors and will most likely make you want to fly private. If this is the case, then be sure to find out the best ways to find an empty leg.

Gulfstream G700 private jet interior
Gulfstream G700 Interior


Embraer Praetor 600 Interior

Embraer Praetor 600 Exterior
Embraer Praetor 600 Exterior

The Embraer Praetor 600 is one of the newest jets on the market. As such, it has the latest and greatest interior design and materials.

Embraer are a Brazilian aircraft manufacturer and are known for their stylish designs. Therefore, as to be expected, the Praetor 600 lives up to Embraer’s high standards.

Inside the Praetor you will find tables that open and close completely flush with the side ledge. The plush seats can easily be converted into fully flat beds.

A luxurious stone-floored galley will provide you with ample food on your crossing. Warm coffee, refreshing drinks and a nourishing meal can all be whipped up onboard.

The private jet interior is highly customizable. From bulkheads to tables you can make this aircraft your own. Carbon fiber can be found everywhere.

Learn more about the Embraer Praetor 600 here.


Embraer Lineage 1000E Interior

Embraer Lineage 1000E Exterior

The next aircraft on this list is also from Embraer. However, this one is slightly larger.

The Embraer Lineage 1000E is based on the Embraer 190 regional jet. That’s right. An aircraft that is typically used to transport over 100 people can be converted into a luxury private jet.

The cabin is 84 feet long and there is 6 feet 7 inches of headroom.

An optional master suite is available onboard. Here you will find a walk-in shower and full size bed.

Five luxurious cabin zones provide space to dine, entertain, work and relax.

Learn more about the Embraer Lineage 1000E here.


Gulfstream G700

Gulfstream G700 Exterior rear on ground

There aren’t many lists out there that leave out the G700. This is for a good reason.

The G700 is one of the largest, most advanced, expensive and capable business jets on the market today.

And the interior is no exception.

Inside you will find up to five living spaces. This enables passengers the ability to find some privacy.

The cabin has space to dine, work and relax. Furthermore, the cabin is highly customizable and has space for up to 13 passengers to sleep.

The rear of the cabin can be a dedicated stateroom with a full size bed. Behind that you will find the large washroom, complete with a shower.

The front of the aircraft features a dedicated crew rest area. The entire cabin can be controlled from your mobile phone.

The private jet interior features 100% fresh air throughout the cabin and a super low cabin altitude. The cabin is exceptionally quiet to ensure that you arrive at your destination well rested.

Learn more about the Gulfstream G700 here.


Dassault Falcon 6X

Dassault Falcon 6X Exterior during flight

Dassault are a French aircraft manufacturer that use the highest quality materials and are exceptional skilled at interior design.

The Falcon 6X is Dassault’s latest offering, featuring all the latest technology and comfort amenities. The aircraft features the tallest and widest cabin in any purpose built business jet.

This gives passengers more room for privacy and relaxation. This also provides more common space for teams to meet and confer.

When cruising at 41,000 feet the 6X has a cabin altitude of just 3,900 feet. A typical airliner has a cabin altitude of around 8,000 feet at 41,000 feet.

30 large windows line the fuselage to provide passengers with ample light. This is also the first business jet to feature a skylight.

Learn more about the Falcon 6X here.


Bombardier Global 7500

Bombardier Global 7500 Exterior

The Bombardier Global 7500 has the longest range of any purpose built business jet. Being able to fly 7,700 Nautical Miles without the need to refuel, you would expect the interior to be something special. Thankfully, Bombardier does not disappoint.

The aircraft has four separate living areas, including a crew rest area, kitchen and dedicated master suite.

Extra-large windows bring in as much natural light as possible. Every passenger gets a window, and, according to Bombardier, the 7500 provides more natural light than any other private jet.

The mood lighting within the cabin is able to adjust to your chosen time zone to minimal the effects of jet lag. This, combined with the low cabin altitude and quiet cabin, mean that jet lag will be minimal when you are flying between continents.

The master suite of the Global 7500 features a full size bed and stand-up shower in the En Suite.

The Pur Air system within the Global 7500 provides 100% fresh air to occupants, along with rapid heating and cooling functions.

Learn more about the Global 7500 here.