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Inside The Most Luxurious Private Jet Models In The World

Famous or rich individuals owning private jets remain widely reported in the media, and often their reasons are derided. But today’s demanding business environment requires the same level of connectivity that executives have in the office while in the air traveling to business meetings. Private aviation enables busy people to be as productive in the air as they are on the ground.

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Airbus A380

According to media reports, the most expensive private jet and definitely the most exclusive plane on our list belongs to Prince Al-Waleed bin Talal. An ordinary Airbus A380 is the most expensive commercial aircraft. However, the lavish customization for the prince will raise that price. Let’s look at what’s onboard:

The plane, which is expected to be delivered this year, is said to have a concert hall, a Turkish bath, a garage for a Rolls-Royce and even a prayer room with electronic mats that automatically rotate to face Mecca.

Boeing 747-8 VIP

The Boeing 747-8 VIP is the longest and second-largest airliner ever built. The starting price of this model is $367 million, and that is before all the luxury amendments are designed into the jumbo jet. The owner prefers to stay incognito but it’s pricey, yet stylish, details are public. 

The interiors of the private jet have been built using the finest material.  It features two separate lounges, a stateroom with its own lounge with which even the world’s best hotels somehow can’t compare.  There is a massive office with an impressive conference room. A stately dining room that is perfect for the most elegant dining experiences.

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Boeing 747-430

The other 747 on our list belongs to the Sultan of Brunei – one of the richest monarchs in the world. The original price of the plane was astronomical, and then the Sultan has spent a small fortune on updating its interior which shouts luxury with gold details all over the plane.

A living room, a bedroom and a bathroom are all decorated with gold and crystal, featuring wash basins made out of solid gold. State of the art technology system means the Sultan never misses his favorite show.

Boeing 767-33A/ER

Previously owned by Roman Abramovich the 767-33A/ER, also known as the “Bandit“ due to its cockpit paint detail, belongs to the owner of the Chelsea football club. The plane, which was originally meant to accommodate up to 300 passengers, could transfer a whole team from game to game with no trouble.

The plane‘s interior is reported to be outfitted with chestnut and decorated with gold. It is also said to feature a dining facility for 30 people and an anti-missile system to provide additional security and a large interactive surround sound TV system on which to watch the matches.

Boeing 747-81 VIP

This VIP model of Boeing 747 is owned by the Hong Kong real estate tycoon Joseph Lau. This is one of the top 10 most expensive private jets and is called ‘Dreamliner’. It features an exclusive design in hand with all the latest technology, to ensure the VIP class traveling experience throughout the entire flight.

Some of the interior solutions include such features as vaulted ceilings, spiral staircases and video displays on walls.

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Boeing 757

Because of the boldly written name on the side of the plane, you can make no mistake in answering the question about who is the owner of this Boeing 757. The US President, Donald Trump, bought this previously used plane from the Microsoft co-founder Paul Allen and has, to date, made luxurious customizations to suit his own style to make it one of the most expensive private jets ever.

Inside there is a master bedroom with a work desk and an integrated home theatre system; a television room featuring a 52in flatscreen TV with a control box giving access to over a thousand of Trump’s favorite movies. This is not to mention a bathroom with a circular shower. The lavish interior features golden fittings all over the plane, including the gold-plated seat belt buckles in the main and guest cabins, as well as a gold plated sink with matching taps in the bathroom.

There’s an entire industry whose sole purpose is to design the interiors of the rich and famous both on the ground and in the air. When the time comes for me to put my order in I hope the trend for gold taps has moved on.

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