Spend a Night in a Private Jet With This Airbnb Rental

Mar 23, 2018

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For some of us, quality in-flight sleep is possible no matter the destination, and if you’re like me, you can fall asleep on flight within seconds of the seat belt sign coming on. Now thanks to this Airbnb rental in the UK, it’s possible to sleep in a private jet without the hassle of jet-lag, turbulence or disturbance from other passengers.  

Grounded in South Pembrokeshire, Wales, this private jet will give guests the unique experience of staying in a vintage Jetstar that dates back to the 1970s. Once entering the plane, guests will be see a first-class cabin with rows of seats remaining from its flying days.   

The Jet Star (Private Jet)

The main cabin features a double bed, a bar area, and additional sofa bed in the style of a first-class ship’s cabin. There is running water and a half bathroom onboard — however guests will have to use a separate facility outside the aircraft to take a shower or use the kitchen. The outside kitchen area is equipped with a microwave, refrigerator, and cooking utensils. 

Both the cabin and the cockpit are powered by main cabin electricity however the main body of the former aircraft has the plane’s original lighting and is powered by car batteries. The cockpit is also still intact and equipped with an Xbox gaming system and some flight games. 

The Jetstar Airbnb can accommodate up to four guests and is well suited for a couple or two adults and two children, according to the host. This stay is available for about $180 per night.

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