Comlux SkyLady redefines wide-body long-range VIP travel


Comlux has announced that the flagship of its VIP fleet, the 767BBJ now renamed SkyLady is back to service after a 4-month maintenance and upgrade program.

SkyLady delivers the latest in-flight connectivity, a new air purifying system via ionisation, all combined with ultra long-range capability up to 15 hours of flight.

With 177 m 2 / 1900 ft 2 of cabin floor area and a cargo space up to 300 bags, the newly refurbished VIP cabin is divided in 6 independent areas and is suitable for up to 51 passengers.

At the front, the master suite features an ultra-king-size bed with en suite bathroom equipped with a full height shower. Two more rooms complete the private quarters: a spacious lounge with an L-shape sofa, convertible into a second bedroom with a double bed, and a club room suitable for private dinners and business meetings. The executive area features fifteen 80’’ pitch first-class seats convertible in full-flat single beds and is followed by a separated section with 29 seats for entourage.

SkyLady is now equipped with an all-new ionisation system which improves air quality in the cabin by removing viruses, bacteria and spores in the air and on surfaces, and by eliminating odours. This feature combined with the existing and efficient HEPA filtering system provides Comlux VIP charter passengers with a cleaner and safer cabin atmosphere during the flight.

Andrea Zanetto, CEO Comlux Aviation said,  “The best is getting better! During the last couple of years, we have carefully listened to our charter customers and we have upgraded SkyLady to comply with their VIP travel needs in terms of comfort, connectivity and well-being on board. SkyLady is capable to connect the most important cities of the globe, with non-stop flight capability of 15 hours. During those long-haul flights, our passengers can enjoy the new features of SkyLady and the exceptional World-class Swiss-Made level of service provided by our cabin attendants. Their savoir-faire, discretion, and attention to detail contribute to creating the most bespoke, comfortable and luxurious atmosphere during each flight onboard our VIP fleet.”

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