Lufthansa Technik to present new Explorer cabin concept at EBACE 2022


Lufthansa Technik will be presenting an exclusive extension of its new wide-body VIP cabin concept Explorer at the European Business Aviation Convention & Exhibition (EBACE) in Geneva.

In collaboration with the luxury mobility brand Brabus, a special Adventure Lounge has been designed in the rear part of the lower deck, which can be viewed from the main deck through a glass floor. A selection of additional vehicles can be stored here for discovery tours after landing.

The all-new Explorer design features the first and strictly limited Brabus motorcycle, the Brabus 1300 R, created in collaboration with leading Austrian motorcycle manufacturer KTM.

The Brabus Adventure Lounge can easily be accessed from the main deck via a staircase. “In addition to the floor extending from the front fuselage area to form a veranda and the projection surfaces for virtual content integrated on a large scale in the cabin design, the Brabus AdventureLounge perfectly rounds off our concept for world explorers,” said Jan Grube, sales director in VIP & Special Mission Aircraft Services. “This flying platform provides its guests with a very individual base camp for further activities anywhere in the world – now extended by an exciting element with the BRABUS Adventure Lounge. We are particularly pleased to have BRABUS, a globally renowned partner, at our side for the realization of this feature.”

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