Yasava’s Astral design chosen for two aircraft

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Yasava Solutions has been tasked with designing a livery and cabin based on its Astral design for two Dassault Falcon 7X aircraft. The initial deal may increase to five aircraft as the customer expands their business.

The cabin will include Aïana Wave seats, carefully selected leathers and textiles, illuminated granite floor features, carbon fiber elements, liquid metal details and wi-fi. Passengers will be able to stream AVOD to their personal devices. The galley will be optimized for an onboard chef, allowing freshly prepared meals to be served, in addition to typically catered food.

“We are very proud to have been selected by the client, for whom our innovative approach, design excellence, choices of interior layouts, immersive 3D virtual technology and attention to detail were responsible in Yasava being selected,” said Christopher Mbanefo, founder and CEO of Yasava.

“However, what ultimately made the difference was when the customer sat in the Aïana Wave and for the first time experienced a level of comfort that was beyond his initial expectation.”

Astral interiors provide up to 10 sleeping positions, depending on the layout chosen. An optional day lounge can be selected, which converts into a private suite with a double bed. Astral aircraft feature an asymmetrical livery, which is customizable by the client.

January 14, 2016

Pic: Yasava

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