In 1969, Hugh Hefner took delivery of a brand-new Douglas DC-9-32, the extended version of Douglas' commercial aircraft. Painted black with the iconic Playboy Bunny logo on the tail, the Big Bunny ferried Hefner and a cadre of VIPs between Chicago and LA — until Hefner sold the plane in 1975. Now the Big Bunny is back, reincarnated as a Bombardier BD-700-1A10, soaring on the back of Playboy's return to the stock market as a publicly-traded company. Wearing the original Big Bunny's N950PB tail number, the new version is just as swank with cognac-dyed crocodile-embossed leather custom furniture, a SkyTheater cinema, bespoke hand-blown Asp & Hand glassware, and embroidered N950PB napkins. One glaring omission: Hefner's private cabin with a water bed.