There's plenty to be said for flying on a private jet, but Bombardier reckons that the seats themselves have plenty of room for improvement – so here is how the Canadian company plans to bring those business class seats up to spec.
Christened the Nuage – the French word for 'cloud' – it's claimed to the first major change in business aircraft seats in 30 years.
A recline-and-tilt movement sees the Nuage dip back as it's tilted, creating a deep recline to keep the body fully cradled and supported.
At the same time, the headrest can be angled forward to provide extra support – especially if you want to read, chat with your fellow passengers or catch a movie on your private cinema above the clouds.
Bombardier is also said to be working on a companion Nuage divan/bed which will debut alongside the Nuage seat on its Global 7000 jet later this year.
The Global 7000 is rated as an ultra-long rage business jet with the capability to fly non-stop between Hong Kong and New York or Singapore to San Francisco.