VistaJet, the world’s premier provider of luxury private aviation services, will unveil a chic new collection of pilot and flight attendant uniforms to coincide with the Monaco Yacht Show as part of the airline’s revitalized cabin interiors, including designer ranges of tableware, silverware and soft furnishings.
The new look uniforms, which have been designed by Italian style guru Giancarlo Petriglia reflect the understated but elegant luxury that is a core element of the VistaJet brand.
Nina Flohr, daughter of VistaJet chairman and founder Thomas Flohr, has spearheaded the cabin development project and listed her own travel experiences as part of her inspiration behind the changes.
Nina Flohr, Brand Director of VistaJet said, “My own travel adventures have inspired and helped me shape our cabin upgrade. In addition, we also constantly listen to our customers’ feedback about their requirements as well as their likes and dislikes. These new two additions to our cabin are the crystallization of many of our customer comments and we are confident the new elements we are introducing will demonstrate why we continue to lead the world in offering the best possible service in private aviation. Our ethos is that VistaJet is a lifestyle, not just a product, and these additions reflect that sentiment.”
Renowned French manufacturer Christofle will provide all the on-board silverware and china and an Italian designed cashmere range of soft furnishings and sleep-clothing will also be added as part of the new additions. These will also include blankets, pillows and pyjamas as well as eye-masks and socks.
Thomas Flohr, an owner of a 43m fast cruising Italian vessel, said Monaco was the perfect location to announce the new look cabin interiors as there was a natural synergy between private aviation and super yachts.
Thomas Flohr, founder and chairman of VistaJet said, “Many super yacht owners are frequent users of private aviation services and will recognise and appreciate the ethos of what we have achieved with our new look cabins. Travelling on a super yacht is a luxurious experience and air travel should be no different. I strongly believe luxury product development is a key business driver and our cabin redesign is an essential investment in the overall experience of VistaJet’s clients. Monitoring how our luxurious services can be improved so the customer continues to receive the highest levels of service in the skies is very important to us. These new cabin elements will show existing and future customers that VistaJet continues to evolve, putting their needs first in everything we do.”