The Amazing Private Jets
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These private planes such as Cessna, Boeing, or Convair, make the trips their wealthy owners more comfortable and enjoyable. So, next time you fly in economy class I bet you’ll think about these lucky guys..
1. The Sultan of Brunei’s Boeing
As we know that Sultan Hassanal Bolkiah is one of the rich person in the world. He is the king of his country. And Brunei is the rich country as well. The Sultan bought this 747 brand new for at least $100 million and had it fitted with a special interior and features such as washbasins of solid gold and Lalique crystal at an additional cost of some $120 million. The Sultan has several other aircraft, but this is his largest.
2. Roman Abramovich Boeing
Roman Abramovich is the owner of Chelsea Football club in the the Premier League England. He is Russian Richest man. He has the biggest oil company in Russia, he has Boeing 767 it called “the Bandit”. He also paid $300 million to buy Airbus A380 it called ” Bourkhan”. This 767 may look ordinary on the outside, but its interior is reportedly outfitted with chestnut and decorated with gold. The aircraft can often be spotted at Luton Airport some 40 miles north of London, where Abramovich spends much of his time
3.Prince Al-Waleed bin Talal bin Abdul Aziz Al Saud Boeing
Prince Al-Walrrd bin Talal Bin Abdul Aziz is the richest person in Middle East. and ranked 13th the rich person over the world, according the Forbes magazine. His wealth is among $14 up to $30 billion. The wealth of this prince was distributed across five areas: public trading stocks, large companies are owned by Al-Walid, real estate, wealth asset , and cash which spread in various banks around the world.He has a very luxurious yacht, a private Boeing 747, and Airbus A380 jet, which is the most luxurious plane and the biggest plane in the world
4. Barthe Cortes ‘s Gulfstream
Barthe Cortes, who owns BVC Airlines, owns a Gulfstream G550, which has been custom-fitted with an office, music systems, satellite television, wireless communications and is equipped with noise and vibration control system, which makes it easier to hold meetings on board. This private jet is powered by twin Rolls-Royce BR710 turbofan engines and can climb up to a maximum altitude of 51,000 feet. It can reach speeds of 675 miles per hour. It also comes with a military-style “heads-up” display technology that allows pilots to take their eyes off the control panel. This is one of the very few luxury private jets that have been incorporated with a military grade heads up display
5. Mukesh Ambani ‘Boeing
Reliance Industries chairman Mukesh Ambani owns a fleet of private jets and frequently flies his older version of Global Express. Mukesh Ambani owns a Boeing Business Jet 2, which is essentially a mix between a (flying) hotel and a boardroom. Boeing Business Jet 2 carries a perfect mix of grandeur and 21st century technology Powered by two General Electric/Snecma CFM56-7 engines, the BBJ2 can cover an astounding 6616.miles, with a top speed of Mach 0.82. Ambani’s BBJ2 includes a boardroom and plush executive seats
6. Jimmy Buffett and his Grumman HU-16 Albatross
This former military Grumman HU-16 Albatross amphibian aircraft owned by singer-songwriter Jimmy Buffett is named Hemisphere Dancer. In 1996, it was shot at in Jamaica by local police who suspected it of carrying drugs.
7. Mark Cuban Boeing
He is the owner of the Dallas Mavericks NBA’s Basketball Team. Just how roomy are the custom-made seats on the tech tycoon’s Boeing 767-277? Roomy enough to accommodate the tallest players on Cuban’s Dallas Mavericks and roomy enough for the Rolling Stones, who chartered the plane for a recent world tour.
8.Wayne Huizenga and his de Havilland Canada DHC-6-320 Twin Otter
One of the most rugged and reliable utility transport aircraft ever built, the unpressurized Twin Otter can carry up to 19 people and take off from and land on rough strips as short as 100 yards. This aircraft appeared in a seaplane chase scene in the James Bond film Casino Royale
9. KP Singh’s Gulfstream IV
K P Singh, owner of India’s biggest real estate developer the DLF Group, acquired a beautiful Gulfstream IV luxury business jet. The aircraft can hold up two beds, has a shower and a luxury living room space.This luxury private jet is powered by twin Rolls-Royce Tay 611-8 engines that enable the aircraft to become more fuel efficient, while reducing the noise levels. The Gulfstream IV produces a massive 13,850 pound force of thrust and is thus able to attain a maximum altitude of 45,000 feet.
10. Richard Branson’ Galactic Girl
Ricghard Branson, Chairman of the Virgin Group. Getting from the UK to your very own private island in the Caribbean can be such a hassle! Luckily Sir Richard has a Falcon 900EX, nicknamed “Galactic Girl” for Virgin’s soon to be celestial flight patterns. With plenty of range and speed not to mention room for 14 passengers and an owner who just so happens to have single-handedly reinvented jet travel- the “Galactic Girl” is hospitality on high..