Access has long designed luxury jets for the elite, but only recently the company set out to customize those jets. Access has officially launched their premium jet customization unit, called ‘Access Custom Jets’, which will cater to an elite segment looking to personalize their flying machines.
When it comes to the uber-rich, personalization is everything. Examples include Soulja Boy’s recent purchase of a $55 million private flyer and Donald Trump’s $100 million private Boeing 757, which were completely redone according to the customer’s style and taste.
Access planes will be customized based on what the customer is really looking for. Interior personalization options can include fabric color selection and texture options, individual lights and electronic equipment, inaddition to all of the general amenities, any of which might catch the customer’s fancy. Specifications within the jets can include built-in roll cages of carbon fiber, TV sets, DVD players, unique lighting equipment, high-end audio systems such as Bose and even a refrigerator to store food and beverages. The notable advantages for this are the overall lighter body weight for carbon fiber, insurance flexibilities and advanced avionics which would make the ride in the sky comfortable, and live up to the expectations of the owner. Access will have default features in their planes which would include flying heights of 28,000 feet, engine capabilities such as top speed of 420 knots and cruising at 380 knots, and the extended fuel tank for an uninterrupted journey.
Each year the rate of demand is increasing, and Access Custom Jets will likely have a growing clientele of stars and business tycoons.
Source: Born Rich