With the increase in the COVID-19 pandemic situation, people are traveling more in PJP private aviation than commercial flights. Of which many individuals have never traveled in a personal aircraft before. But now, families are more often chartering a private plane. But there is still something fascinating about buying your luxury airplane. Some people only think of it while a few richest of the rich millionaire own it. They have the privilege to purchase a hundred to thousand million dollars expensive planes.
There are so many factors to take into account before purchasing a jet. Here we have categorized some of the most expensive private jets in the world from the manufacturers of Boeing, Gulfstream, and Bombardier, etc.
Boeing 747-8 VIP–$558 million
Boeing's world best-selling model Boeing 747-8 VIP is one of the longest, largest, and expensive private jets in the world. This $558 million jet is owned by some anonymous richest of the rich millionaire. He decided not to relieve his precious name, but the expenses he has spent on them are unbelievable. When he bought the aircraft, it was worth $358 and was unfurnished. He spent an added $200 million on updating its unfurnished interior. He transformed the jet with gold details, adding living rooms, a master suite, bathrooms, and a dining room for 16 people furnished with expensive crystal and gold details. Even the washbasin in the toilet is of solid gold. The aircraft has an exceptional range of 9,200 nm and a maximum reach of 645 miles/hour. The U.S Air force chose Boeing 747-8s for the presidential planes, Air Force One, and Air Force two.
Airbus A380 owned by Prince Al-Waleed bin Talal–$500 million
The most sumptuous personal luxury plane and the best plane on our list, Airbus A380, is owned by Al-Waleed Bin Talal, the Prince of Saudi Arabia. The lavish unfurnished version of the jet costs $400. Have you ever seen a "Flying Palace"? Let me introduce you to a" flying palace" the Prince customized that. He spent $100 for making the jet a Palace, with its 550 square meters; cabin space has more than enough area to accommodate all the opulent palace facilities. The interior of this "Flying Palace" includes a well-furnished concert hall, a Turkish bath, a stable for horses, even a prayer room with electronic mats that automatically rotate to face Mecca, and a spacious garage for a Rolls-Royce.
Gulfstream III–Tyler Perry–$125 million
An American actor, producer, and director, Tyler Perry, owns this third most expensive jet on our list. He transformed this vast cabin space of 38 cubic meters into a "Flying Theater" later. They have furnished the interior of the jet beautifully, with a 42-inch LED screen, iPod docking stations, a satellite TV, and theatre lighting with electronically controlled window shades, multiple Blu-ray players, and VIP bedrooms en-suite bathroom. Equipped with twin Rolls Royce Spay Turbofan engines, Gulfstream has a maximum cruise altitude of 903 kilometers per hour and a respectable thrust of 7,402.98 kilometers.