Aircraft Cables Create Innovative Wine Cellars
Bigger jets for greater travel luxury — this is common with luxury jets that fly VIPs around the globe. However, for wine enthusiast, bigger jets mean bigger aircraft cables that can be recycled into a cool and eccentric open wine cellar.
Those thick cables are a shame to be put to waste, so why not use it to create something new and outside the box. Turn it into a creative wine storage that will hold your prized collection of spirits without the huge expense. For chartered planes or private aircrafts, this proves to be a great idea in providing treats to guests on board. Installing a hanging wine storage on the plane makes every flight a party.
Actually, any jet can accommodate luxurious amenities. Jets can also be designed with bar inside like this bar costumed made for Saudi Prince Alwaleed bin Talal for his Boeing 747-8 Intercontinental jet, a 380 double Decker. Lufthansa Technik, one of the largest airplane maintenance and interior design centers in the world caters services like installing saunas, chapels, pianos and home theaters.
But you do not need these exclusive custom services to bring luxury on board a private or chartered plane. Many times, all you need is a lot of creativity and a good quality of aircraft cable to bring more useful and practical amenities inside the aircraft cabins.
A jet may contain an average of 10 different wines,not including other of liquors, but big jets like Bombardier Challenger 850, Dassault Falcon 7X or Gulfstream G650 generally have larger cabins that can store more bottles of fine spirits. The aircraft cable wine storage for aircrafts cannot be as big as those found at home it can be big enough to store 100 bottles of wine and are often customized as furniture before being fitted inside cabins of average sized jets.
If you own a plane and you happen to also own a vineyard, this on-flight wine storage equips your travels with a nice presentation of your wine products as well as a perfect diversion for entertaining guests and complementing them with great food and wine.
For traditional wine storage, wine enthusiasts and vineyard owners use cellar made of oak wood or cherry. However, the thing with these wooden cellars is that they are heavy, consume a lot of space and expensive. With thick and sturdy aircraft grade cables, one can create an open storage on storehouse walls.
The cables are formed, fastened and secured to provide a vertical storage that fits snuggly into the shape of the wine bottle, which minimizes the chances of slipping, breakage or any other damage to fragile wine containers. This type of storage does not only maximize storage space, but also create a visually appealing display that looks good in any wall.