Concorde is set to be rolled out on the skies of London in early 2018 and it will be packed with everything you need for a pet.
The new super-luxury plane will offer an air-conditioned cabin, the ability to carry up to eight people, and an open-air seating experience.
In addition to being the most expensive private jet ever built, it will also be the world’s biggest air-freight aircraft, and one of the most environmentally friendly.
The plane will be able to carry a total of 2,200kg (5,200lb) of cargo.
It will be built on a Rolls-Royce Merlin engine, which produces around 60,000hp, according to the company’s website.
It is expected to cost around £20m ($25m) to operate, but Concorde’s launch will be a big boost for the company.
In 2016, Concorde bought its first Airbus A320neo, which was built by the Italian company, and the A320-100, which is owned by Qatar Airways.
The planes will be operated by a consortium of four airlines – Royal Air Maroc, Royal Air Leeward, British Airways and Norwegian Air Lines.
British Airways will fly the A380, while Norwegian Air will fly two of the A330s, which are similar to the A350s.
The A380 will carry up, in total, 3,200 passengers.
The A330 will carry 4,600 passengers.
The Concorde will also have the option of a private seat and private lounges.
It will also offer a full-service airport lounge, with an option for up to 16 guests.
The first flights of the new plane are scheduled to take place from 2018, according, with the first A320s to take off from Britain on October 25.
British Prime Minister David Cameron is due to hold a press conference at London’s Heathrow Airport to announce the launch of the Concorde on the same day.