Private jets are luxury toys that few can pay. However, they are getting richer and even more extravagant as customizing their exteriors become more and more popular. Dassault Falcon and other manufacturers can personalize will customize your aircraft’s toy into a new meaning of high art. Discover all about the new custom private-jet exteriors trend!
A bespoke paint scheme can cost $100,000 or more, and if prospective buyers do not share your taste, it can hurt the aircraft’s resale value. But the customization can make your aircraft distinctive and enhance its ramp presence.
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Conduct an online search for images of the Sexyjet, a Gulfstream V that is available for charter, and you might think there is a fleet of them, in metallic pink, blue, and green. This is because the jet’s paint scheme – executed by Duncan Aviation – has a chameleon quality, changing color depending on how the light hits it. The design is the brainchild of the Sexyjet’s owner, Mark Bonfigli.
Happy Design Studio
One of Happy Design Studio’s most lauded aircraft paint schemes comes from a bread plate. The owner of the jet, a Bombardier Global 5000, loved the colors and pattern of squares on a plate he owned, and he wanted the studio’s owner, Didier Wolff, to translate the design’s essence to the exterior of his aircraft.
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This Cessna Citation X features a subtle livery design that Scheme Designers created to enhance the appearance of that jet model specifically. “The Citation X is a beautiful plane even without paint,” says Scheme Designers CEO Craig Barnett.
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