Nightclub set within a Boeing 727-200 to open in Brazil

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Giving a whole new meaning to the phrase “mile high club”, a new nightclub is set to the open in Brazil set within the fuselage of a decommissioned Boeing 727-200.

Named JETSET, the new club will be based at the dance music complex Surreal Park, Camboriú — with plans to give crowds an “experience that go beyond music” with D-Edge founder, owner and resident Renato Ratier the “captain” of this journey.

Currently, in the development stages, the aircraft is being refurbished at Afonso Pena International Airport and is set to go through a “chroming process” and to be installed with lighting before reaching its new home.

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Embracing its original jet design, the nightclub will also feature a deck, runway, bar and the aircraft wings will be an elevated observation point.

The Boeing 727-200 used to carry up to 189 passengers, with a length of 46.68 meters and a maximum speed of 1,014 km/h.

The model of Boeing was discontinued in 1984 and the last commercial flight on this type of aircraft was in 2019.

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A full line-up is yet to be announced to JETSET however Surreal Park has had the likes of ANNA, Amelie Lens, Joseph Capriati, Seth Troxler, Carl Cox and more play.

The first boarding of JETSET will be in the summer of 2024.

Check out images of JETSET below.

Becky Buckle is Mixmag’s Multimedia Editor, follow her on Twitter

Written by: Tim Hopkins

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