While some coveted mansions and mansions, Indian Kamaljeet Singh Waheed really wanted to live on a plane.
To make this dream come true, he invested about $5 million USD or R$25.3 million over the course of just over two years to build a habitable airplane replica, according to Jam Press and The New York Post.
The man was born in Kapurtala, in the Punjab region, but currently lives in the UK, and has used an Air India plane as a reference – so much so that his name appears on the “property” side in a red font similar to the airline’s logo.
Construction on the replica began in 2020, but Kamaljit has dreamed of owning a private jet for most of his life.
Now the owner of a “fixed plane”, he found a way to get his plane into the air: The residence was suspended 12.3 meters above the ground, giving him the impression of living in perpetual flight.
At the bottom, columns maintain support. So, to get into the house, he has to climb three flights of stairs.
With an open concept, like most modern homes that optimize spaces by reducing the number of walls, the residential plane has two bedrooms, an office, a kitchen, and a bathroom.
The entrance door is like a cabin door, and the small round windows, like gates, also meet the residents’ desire to live in an environment similar to that of one that can take off.
Interest in in-flight experiences without leaving the ground is a trend of the moment and has gained steam since the start of the pandemic, with the longing many travelers had for flying. The author of our report “Day of the Stewardess” for this type of audience in Spain And also We have already reported how old planes are converted into bars and offices.
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