Andrew Winch Designs unveils Project Mayfair private jet series

6 August 2015 • Written by Zoe Dickens

Andrew Winch Designs has swapped the open ocean for clear skies with its newest private jet series: Project Mayfair.

The exterior of Project Mayfair

Although better known as the much lauded designer behind world-class superyachts including Madam Gu, Inoui and Al Mirqab, Winch does have form in the private jet arena, previously working with Boeing, Elite and Kingair on numerous luxury and business aircraft.

As the name suggests, Project Mayfair takes its inspiration from London and, more specifically, the city’s renowned luxury hotels. Based on the same concept as a semi-custom yacht, each of the Project Mayfair jets will be based on a pre-prepared design but can be made completely bespoke via a flexible layout configuration. This will significantly reduce build times and reduce costs while still providing customers with the custom creation they desire.

The elegant private jet interior

The jet’s interior has been designed to maximise cabin space and provide comfortable, elegant and completely usable living areas. As with semi-custom yacht concepts, the interior fittings, materials and details can be arranged to the customers wishes but key design features include a circular dining table that converts into a games board, a large bar and an adjoining lounge area that resembles the fluid spaces of a hotel suite.

A multi-functional office-dining-cinema-bedroom space and en suite master cabin complete the layout and make for a comprehensive jet that can easily cater for the business and leisure needs of individuals and families.

Based on semi-custom yachts, the private jet is fully customisable

“This is a fantastic opportunity to design a unique and bespoke aircraft that will offer personalised design, decoration and accessories, whilst maintaining a consistent interior architecture in a BBJ or ACJ configuration,” said Andrew Winch.

“One of the key advantages of Project Mayfair is that it will offer clients their own design, but also a reduction in cost to buy, engineer and design and a short turnaround time from purchase of a green aircraft.”

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