PLAYBOY unveiled its updated version of the iconic Big Bunny private jet from the 1970s.

PLAYBOY unveiled its updated version of the iconic Big Bunny private jet from the 1970s.

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PLAYBOY has just unveiled its updated version of the iconic Big Bunny private jet from the 1970s. The original Big Bunny was responsible for shuttling guests from Chicago and Los Angeles for recordings of PLAYBOY After Dark. It transported big names like Cher, Frank Sinatra, and Elvis Presley, to name a few, but was retired in 1975.



Set to transport artists, influencers, leaders, and icons, the revived Big Bunny private PLAYBOY jet will provide those special individuals with an unparalleled experience. It is on this jet where once-in-a-lifetime dinner parties in the sky will be held. 



Created alongside PLAYBOY’s in-house creative team and International Jet Interiors, the new Big Bunny jet references the original version with a solid black exterior, PLAYBOY’s famous Rabbit Head logo on the tail, the original N950PB registration number, and PLAYBOY masthead on the belly. The interior also features bespoke PLAYBOY furniture, tableware, barware, interior fixtures, and loungewear for passengers.



Details include custom-dyed cognac crocodile-embossed leather wall coverings, emerald natural stone countertops, custom-designed herringbone carpets, sheepskin and leather pilots’ seats, a SkyTheater cinema, and an assortment of items from the PLAYBOY archives.