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Top 10 most expensive private jets in the world

When you are a billionaire you can buy and maintain a private jet. It is impressive to travel to any place you want with all the necessary amenities as if you were at home or in a hotel. The following private jets offer luxury, comfort and privacy to their owners.

  1. Boeing 747-8 VIP: This private plane takes luxury to an even higher level. It is spacious including a stateroom, lounges, an office and a large dining room. The airplane is equipped with four general GEnx engines which enables it to fly 8.000 nautical miles without stop. Its price seems to exceed 550 million dollars after all the needed customizations according to its owner needs.
  2. Airbus A380 Custom: Another one spacious and at the same time luxurious airplane. It is widely known as “The Flying Palace”. This private jet belongs to Saudi Prince Al-Waleed bin Talal and costs nearly 400 million dollars. Except form several fully furnished bedrooms and a large dining room, it also has a prayer room that rotates to face Mecca. If you want to feel like a prince then this airplane is the appropriate place.
  3. Airbus A340-300: Russian billionaire Alisher Usmanov owns this private jet which is the largest in Russia and costs 400 million dollars. Its dining room stands out as it includes some luxury leather chairs. Also, there are some bedrooms, bathrooms and several sitting areas. The jet has four turbofan engines that enable it to get a speed of 915 km/hr.
  4. Boeing 747-430: Sultan of Brunei wanted a luxury private jet and managed to acquire it. Its cost is about 32 million dollars. The interior design includes some elements of gold and crystal focusing on the desire of the Sultan of Brunei to bring the air of luxury.
  5. Boeing 767: Roman Abramovich is the owner of this luxury private jet. Its dining room can host up to 30 guests while its sleeping areas and lounge are also spacious. The price of this private jet reaches 170 million dollars. Its power is a result of the General Electric GF6-80C2 B2F engines.
  6. Boeing 757: It is a luxurious airplane that after some customizations was acquired by Donald Trump at the price of almost 100 million dollars. Donald Trump loves luxury so the jet is decorated with gold. It can host up to 40 guests. It is equipped with two Rolls Royce RB211 Turbofan engines. The private jet includes a master suite.
  7. Gulfstream III: Its interior space includes a VIP bedroom, a dining room, a kitchen and some other spacious rooms. Tyler Perry bought a Gulfstream III jet at the price of 125 million dollars. The private jet is equipped with two Rolls Royce Spey Turbofan engines that allow it to get a speed of 903 km/hr.
  8. Boeing 747-8 VIP: Boeing got a direct order for a 787 VIP aircraft from Joseph Lau. The Hong Kong Real-Estate tycoon paid almost 360 million dollars. The private jet has two levels which are connected with a staircase. Except from several guest rooms and a large office for meetings, the jet also has a gym.
  9. Airbus A319: It can host up to 30 guests. Indian businessman Vijay Mallya has acquired an Airbus A319 at the price of 81 million dollars. However, lately he made efforts to sell it. The private jet has a lounge with a fully equipped bar, a dining area and some luxury sleeping areas.
  10. Boeing Business Jet 2: Mukesh Ambani, Indian’s richest man owns this luxury private jet with almost 95 square meter interior space. It has a master suite with a private bedroom and bathroom. He acquired it at the price of $73 million.

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Maria Gourtsilidou
Maria Gourtsilidou is Senior Editor of Research and Data Analytics at the CEOWORLD magazine. She is responsible for driving thought leadership, using data analytics to showcase the company’s products and services, and fostering knowledge sharing between CEOWORLD magazine and client organizations. She studied Public Administration (Economics Of The Public Sector) in Greece and holds a Bachelor’s in Public Administration from the Panteion University of Political & Social Studies. Follow Maria Gourtsilidou on Twitter. Write at maria-gourtsilidou@ceoworld.biz.