Otherwise the Boeing 757 kitted out by the luxury Four Seasons brand promises to deliver the full fancy hotel experience at 30,000 feet.
The Toronto-based luxury accommodation company has just released the first images and a video showing the interior of the retrofitted single-aisle aircraft.
That's nearly 150 seats fewer than in standard commercially operated 757s.
On the outside the aircraft is rendered in a glossy black livery with the Four Seasons logo emblazoned on the tail fin.
The jet, originally slated for launch in February 2015, comes complete with a Four Seasons-trained cabin crew, including an executive chef, sous chef, concierge and guest services manager.
"The only real difference is that occasionally we have to do a little juggling when there's turbulence!"
The service is now taking bookings for round-the-world trips in 2016.
First up is a 24-day, nine-destination jaunt that starts in Los Angeles and ends in London.
The cost is $132,000 per person and includes stops -- with accommodation at Four Seasons hotels -- include Hawaii, Bora Bora, Sydney, Bali, northern Thailand, Mumbai and Istanbul.
No word on whether that price tag includes a cure for jet lag.