10 Most Expensive Private Jets In The World

10 Most Expensive Private Jets In The World

While most fly coach, the most elite in the world opt for private jets to get around.

LifeDaily explores the 10 Most Expensive Private Jets In The World:

10. Dassault Falcon 900

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The Dassault Falcon is a French built corporate jet aircraft that is capable of flying at speeds close to six hundred miles per hour, even in inclement weather. This jet also uses less fuel than any other jet on the list, which makes it very economic to travel in, even for a wealthy person.

9. Embraer Legacy 650

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As you can see, the Embraer Legacy 650 belongs to Jackie Chan, who paid close to $30 million for it. He customized the jet to have red and golden dragons painted on it, as well as his logo.

8. Boeing Business Jet 2

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The Boeing Business Jet 2 looks like an ordinary, but beautiful jet until you get inside. Inside of this one thousand square foot jet, you will find comfortable furniture, a bedroom suite and amenities that you would think belonged to a penthouse.

7. Gulfstream G650

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The Gulfstream G650 is one of the most popular luxury jets for celebrities- which is why they are sold out. So far, forty of the Gulfstrem G650’s have been sold, and another forty are in the process of being manufactured for 2017. The manufacturers expect to make a $7 million on each one sold!

6. Airbus A319

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The Airbus A319 stands as the second most expensive model of jet in the Airbus fleet, and comes close to $81 million in cost (for the standard model). A cool feature is that the interior is made custom by the only, making each jet truly unique.

5.  Bombardier Global 7000

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The Bombardier Global 700 is one of the most popular private jets in the world, with almost forty planes sold in 2013, for a profit of $2 billion. The plane features four living spaces, a dinner table, and large windows.

4. Boeing Business Jet 3

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Boeing’s Business Jet 3 is unique among Boeing’s other jets, primarily because its cabin space is very large, and in addition it features a dining room, bedroom suit, a staff room and a lounge. Fourty-six passengers can fit on this plane.

3. Gulfstream G-550

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Worth over $60 million, the Gulfstream G-550 is extremely fast, which is what brought it to the world’s attention in the first place. This luxurious plane is now being utilized as a private jet, which consists of four living areas, a twelve floor plan, and seating for eighteen people. This plane is extremely safe as well featuring an infrared camera that can display the flight path in front of the plane when visibility is low.

2. Boeing 747

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While a Boeing 747 is well known as a passenger transport airliner, but there is a specific 747 that stands apart from the rest. A real estate investor named Joseph Lau paid over one hundred and fifty-million dollars for a customer made one that serves as his personal plane. The jet includes a large cabin space, personal suites, a private office and even recreational spaces.

1. Airbus A380

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The Airbus A380 has served in airlines fleets for years now, but the one we are talking about is a custom made one owned by a Saudi business investor named Prince Alawaleed bin Talal. The jet reportedly cost him $300 million, making it the most expensive plane ever bought, as well as the largest. It comes equipped with two levels, a living space, a suite and recreational rooms.

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