JetSuite has unveiled new interiors for its fleet of 10 Phenom 100 jets. The Embraer aircraft were redesigned under the direction of Constant Aviation. The changes include recovered taupe and coal seats, cabin panels and leather drink rails.
“Our interior specialists worked with the JetSuite team to provide luxury options that will add to their customers’ experience,” said Stephen Maiden, president/CEO of Constant Aviation. “We recently delivered the first Phenom 100 to JetSuite and have begun the project on the remaining aircraft.”
JetSuite’s Phenom 100s fly to more than 2,000 airports in the USA, Canada and Mexico. The aircraft seat four passengers and feature Bose Quiet Comfort headsets and 110V power outlets at every seat.
“We are happy to be working with Constant Aviation to completely update our Phenom 100s,” said Alex Wilcox, CEO of JetSuite.
“We know our loyal clients will enjoy the new interiors, and we look forward to continuing to provide them with unparalleled value and service.”
The newly revamped Phenom interiors coincide with an expansion at JetSuite. With the acquisition of 10 Embraer E135 jets, the operator recently branched out into public charter service with JetSuiteX, through which a private jet experience may be purchased by a single seat.
Click here to see a video of the Phenom 100 refurbishment process.
August 3, 2016