Celebrities and private jets, a habit!
Private jets are luxurious and expensive. To be sure, the wealth in this world is poorly distributed, and a small percentage of people have a vast amount of money, while even in rich countries the number of poor seems to be increasing.
However, when you are a celebrity, private jets have many advantages.
First of all, even if they fly in first class, some individuals would always be the subject of requests for autographs, or else tedious or sassy approaches from women and critics.
Not to mention the need to travel frequently and quickly, avoiding the queues and delays associated with flying with airliners, and the need to travel with his advice from station friends, his team or his movie troupe.
Here are the top 10 most expensive private jets from celebrities:
- In the first place, the Saudi Prince Al Waleed’s Airbus A380, which is worth $ 500 million.
- Alisher Usmanov, Russia’s second-richest man, has a luxurious Airbus A340 – $ 400 million
- Hassanal Bolkiah, the Sultan of Brunei, has a Boeing-747 with bathrooms with solid gold sinks. – $ 230 million
- Prince Al-Waleed bin Talal’s Boeing 747-400 – $ 220 million – equipped with two bedrooms, throne, large dining room, and 11 flight attendants.
- The Boeing 767-33A / ER – $ 170 million from Roman Abramovich. This Russian billionaire also uses his plane to bring his London team from Chelsea to the football match.
- Joseph Lau’s Boeing 747-8 VIP – $ 153 million, with stairs, bedroom and luxurious furnishings, gym and cinema.
- Tyler Perry’s Gulfstream III – $ 125 million – set up as a flying luxury hotel, with a 42-inch screen.
- Donald Trump’s Boeing 757 – $ 100 million.
- This 319 private Airbus jet has 124 seats and consumes 24% less fuel than its competitors. It is the private plane of several celebrities. – $ 80.7 million
- This Bombardier 8000 – $ 66 million, private plane of Oprah Winfrey, of Bill Gates of Céline Dion, will enter into service in 2019. Among the average private jets, is the one which has more autonomy, being able to fly without a stop of Sydney to Los Angeles or Hong Kong to New York. Bombardier also claims that these private jets consume less than all and emit less CO2.