The roads of big cities and not-so-big city are constantly jammed with augmenting flows of vehicles. Though a medley of solutions for the traffic congestions are introduced every day, the crisis of traffic jams on the streets has never died.
However, there’s one proposal that seems the most fruitful at the moment but sadly, it is roughly only for the affluent. It is a shift from ground to aviation.
And when I mean that’s for the affluent, what I’m actually referring to is the extremely rich which can really get a hold of a some-hundred-million-dollar private jet. Today let’s check out how much it takes those affluent to escape the land traffic.
10. Boeing 757- $100m (~N39b) - owned by Donald Trump
This jet first came in hands of Paul Allen, the co-founder of Microsoft, who later sold it to the United States President at $100m. Since that moment, the jet has earned an absolutely new look characteristic of Trump with its gold coating, latest electronic equipment, lustrous walnut tables, marble bathroom, 24-carat seat belt buckles, and especially a family logo scattering throughout the flying vehicle.
It was sold it to the United States President at $100m
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9. Gulfstream III - $125m (~N48b)- owned by Tyler Perry
The Gulfstream III is just another wow to the beholders. It can even bring you goosebumps if ever getting inside where the entertainment gets to the best level. To name some, they are a satellite TV, multiple Blu-ray players, and a 42-inch HD TV ready for comfy experience on board. What’s more, the electronically controlled window shades, theater lighting, a compact kitchen, a full bathroom will make sure this is Tyler Perry’s second home.
It can even bring you goosebumps if ever getting inside
8. Boeing 747-8 VIP - $150m (~N58b)
The Boeing 747-8 VIP should be described as a monolithic palace in the air. No one has acquired this great Boeing yet but if someone does, he has to ascertain he’s ready for $150m.
The Boeing 747-8 VIP should be described as a monolithic palace in the air
7. Boeing 747-8I VIP $153m (N59b) - owned by Joseph Lau
When coming into the possession of Hong Kong real estate tycoon, Joseph Lau, the Boeing 747-8I VIP attained a new name as Dreamliner and boarding this plane will definitely be a dream as well with the top-notch technology and notoriously expensive interior featuring the video displays, spiral staircases, and vaulted ceiling.
The Boeing 747-8I VIP attained a new name as Dreamliner when coming in hands of Joseph Lau
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6. Boeing 767-33A $120 -170m (N46b-N66b)- owned by Roman Abramovich
The Chelsea owner loves vehicles. Alongside his exotic car fleet, a private jet is a must for a successful tycoon like him.
The Boeing 767-33A gets a nickname for itself as “The Bandit”. Its costly feel doesn’t come much from the outside but mostly in its interior with gold details and chestnut.
Alongside his exotic car fleet, a private jet is a must for a successful tycoon like Roman Abramovich
5. Boeing 747-400 - $220m (~N85b) - owned by Prince Al-Waleed bin Talal
The richest man in Saudi Arabia spent $220m on this Boeing 747-400 which has 11 flight attendants always ready to serve him to heaven.
The richest man in Saudi Arabia spent $220m on this Boeing 747-400
4. Boeing 747-430 - $233m (~N90b) - owned by Sultan of Brunei
Here comes the richest monarch on earth who extravagantly invests in enhancing his garage. Besides his love for cars, the Sultan of Brunei also loves floating in the clouds. His private jet cost him $100m but he spent an extra of $123m upgrading his interior.
Besides his love for cars, the Sultan of Brunei also loves floating in the clouds
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3. Airbus A340-300- $250-500m (N97b-N194b) - owned by Alisher Usmanov
The #28 ranking in the Forbes’ List of World’s Billionaires gained recognition after taking a Facebook share of $1.4b. Not many know he is also a proud owner of the Airbus A340 which cost him around $250m to have. That’s just not the end of the story. The biggest private jet in his home country Russia could be customized, which would ask for up to $500m. And for sure this billionaire wouldn’t miss a chance to bring his steel bird to the highest feel of luxury.
Not many know Alisher Usmanov is also a proud owner of the Airbus A340 which cost him around $250m to have
2. Airbus A380-Custom - $500m (~N194m) - owned by Prince Al-Waleed bin Talal
Aside from the Boeing 747-400, Prince Al-Waleed bin Talal also acquires the Airbus A380-Custom which is widely known as the largest passenger jet in the world which can give sufficient room for 853 passengers. But of course, he didn’t buy it for business. Then, I start to doubt how he could make good use of the spacious atmosphere inside with a dining room providing seats for 14 people, a lounge area, a concert hall, two bedrooms, and a magic carpet room.
Prince Al-Waleed bin Talal also acquires the Airbus A380-Custom widely known as the largest passenger jet in the world
1. Boeing 747 refit - $617m (~N240b)
This most expensive private jet hides the identity of its owner who extravagantly spent $617m to give this jet classic air. The priciest plane is designed with various bedrooms, lounges, and a special restaurant. Also, in the plane locate up to 8 full-size beds.
Video: the building of the 747 Refit
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