Club One Air Falcon - 2000 jets: What's special about the planes hired by Mukesh Ambani for son's wedding?

Anant Ambani and Radhika Merchant during their pre-wedding ceremony (left); The Falcon 2000 jet (right). Photo: AFP/Dassault Aviation

The grand wedding of Mukesh Ambani's son Anant Ambani and Radhika Merchant is to be held on July 12 in Mumbai. The billionaire's extravagant wedding will have over 100 private planes used to serve guests. Interestingly, three of them are the Club One Air Falcon - 2000 jets, a luxury carrier which is a twin-engine jet with a seating capacity of up to 10 passengers. Club One Air's CEO Rajan Mehra told the media that the planes will do multiple trips across the country to fly guests who are coming from far and wide. A plane with plenty of storage space and the ability to fly non-stop for long distances, Ambani's high-profile guests will have their fun beginning in the air, as they fly the jet. What else is special about this special carrier?

Spacious cabins, lavatories and gallery
The guests can have a gala time inside the spacious plane, as it has enough room space to move around. At the same time, they are known for their quiet interiors. It has two distinct cabins, which have three-seat divans, four-seater dining areas that can convert to double beds for nights, spacious lavatories and even a gallery at the rear of the carrier. Its luxurious decors also include custom-designed seats with premium leather, complete wool carpets and a white oak wood finish. LED lighting, a vast library of entertainment content and enough amenities to prepare meals. Interestingly, it costs around Rs 7, 20,000 to hire the plane for an hour, in New Delhi. 

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