Inside photos of 5 most expensive private jet in the world



Owning a private jet is considered the ultimate luxury, but it requires significant financial resources.

Fortunately, money is not an issue for these five property owners. Here are the five most expensive private jets in the world and their owners.

5. (Boeing 767-33A ER Roman Abramovich) – $170 million

Roman Abramovich, a Russian billionaire, is the fifth person on the $170 million Boeing 767-33A ER list. The entire Chelsea football team can be transported comfortably on this plane, which has a dining area for 30 people and is decorated in chestnut with gold accents. Missile defendefenceems are also installed on the modified aircraft.

The Boeing 767-33A ER has a top speed of 850 kilometekilometresr and a maximum range of 11,090 kilometekilometresis sufficient for a direct flight from London to Singapore.

4. Boeing 747-430 belonging to the Sultan of Brunei – $323 million.

Not surprisingly, the Sultan of Brunei, one of the richest people in the world, made the list. The custom-built Boeing 747-300 costs $323 million, worth $100 million in luxury furnishings, including a large gold pan to cater to the ruler’s request.

The interior of the plane is like a flying castle filled with crystals and Lalique gold.

3. Joseph Laus Boeing 747-8 VIP – $367 million.

This $367 million hippopotamus belongs to Hong Kong real estate mogul Joseph Lau.

The interior of the Boeing 747-8 measures 445 square meters, two levels connected by a spiral staircase. The VIP 747-8’s price was original $153 original Lau increased it for a total of $214 million, adding additional guest suites, a bar, a gym, and meeting rooms large enough for board meetings.

2. The (Albusher Usmanov Airbus A340-300) – $ 400 million

The $400 million Airbus A340-300, which is bigger than President Vladimir Putin’s private plane, belongs to oligarch Alisher Usmanov, one of Russia’s richest men.

Usmanov spent another $170 million on a lavish interior that includes an elegant dining area, plush leather armchairs, multiple seating areas, a toilet and a bedroom.

1. (Airbus A380 belonging to Prince Alualid bin Talal) – $502 million

Saudi Arabia’s Prince Alwaleed bin Talal owns the world’s most expensive private jet, an Airbus A380, worth more than $500 million. The jets are tastefully decorated and include a concert hall, Turkish bath, storage room and even horse and camel stables. Not to mention the prince’s majestic throne and a revolving prayer room that looked at Mecca from all directions.

The A380 has a top speed of 1,050 km/h and a range of 15,700 kilometres, enabling non-stop kilometres from Riyadh to New York.

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