There’s more than one way to fly. Vinci Aviation has always believed that clients should feel as though they’re in charge of their own sophisticated flight experience. Turnkey solutions have become the specialty of this young Quebec-based company, which offers business jets designed with metronomic precision.
Their most recent model, the Learjet 45, is part of this tradition, adding the element of “soul” that’s often missing aboard private jets. The white minimalist livery and the streamlined silhouette of the aircraft will appeal to lovers of aerodynamic design, along with fans of the Streamline trend, which is reinterpreted here. The aesthetics that shaped America in the 20th century continue to influence aeronautic design, as exemplified by the Learjet 45.
Inside, the emphasis is on ergonomics and simplicity, with northern-style comfort. Ergonomically, the cabin is designed to easily accommodate eight seats that can swivel or tilt without getting in other passengers’ way. There are even retractable work tables. The straightforward comfort of the interior has been meticulously engineered in every detail, from the leather seats to sound control within the cabin. Northern style is reflected in the choice of colours, predominantly white to heighten the feeling of space and light. With such rarified design, a routine city-to-city trip becomes artful travel… whether for business or pleasure.