Cabin accessories designer Primadonna announced its PrimaLux FlexFrame bed, an entirely new-design system for in-flight sleep, has garnered “many orders” since its debut at NBAA-BACE. Weighing just six pounds, the carbon fiber FlexFrame system is customized to fit securely between two single club or conference seats and is topped by a multilayer memory foam mattress available in three comfort levels, “allowing a sleep experience personalized to passenger preference,” according to the Tucson, Arizona-based company.
“As the latest aircraft benefit from longer and longer range, sleep solutions become a more important aspect of private flight,” said Primadonna CEO Seth Newman.
Named FlexFrame for its adaptability to most large and midsize business jets, the system combines design with high-quality materials and can be easily set up or stowed “in seconds” by a cabin attendant, Newman added. When not in use, components are kept in compression storage bags with custom embroidery for easy identification. The list of compatible aircraft the PrimaLux bed system is designed for includes most Gulfstreams; Bombardier Challengers and Globals; Dassault Falcons; and Embraer Legacy, Lineage, and Praetor models.