Airbus 380: The Airbus 380 is the world’s biggest and the most expensive private jet. Its price tag is around $500 million. Its owner is the Saudi Prince Alwaleed bin Talal al-Saud. The plane has three floors including VIP suites and a prayer room with electronic mats, which automatically turn towards Mecca. There is a concert hall (consist of a stage and a grand piano), a full-size boardroom, a Turkish bath and ample parking space for the prince’s Rolls Royce.
Boeing 747-8 VIP: Hong Kong Real-Estate tycoon Joseph Lau owns this private jet. The price of this jet is about $153 million. The interior space features a gym, several guest rooms, and a huge private office large enough to hold board meetings. Vaulted ceilings add to the aircraft’s charm and give the illusion of a larger cabin-space.
Airbus ACJ319: Purchased and customized by Vijay Mallya, this private-jet came at a cost of $80.7 million. Featuring a luxury dining area, this customized Airbus A319 Corporate Jet can accommodate thirty passengers comfortably. Mallya’s custom A319 also features a full boardroom with extensive video conferencing capabilities.
Boeing 737 Business Jet: A private American client snapped up this customized Boeing 737. The Boeing Business Jet (BBJ) carries 19 passengers. The deluxe aircraft boasts a swish conference room decked out with comfy seating and state-of-the-art tech, as well as a large stateroom with a king-size bed and en-suite bathroom, and a smaller guest bedroom. The price of this jet is about $80 million.
Bombardier Global BD 700: Express high-performance luxury private jet, with a $40 million price tag and accommodations for 19 passengers, Gates bought the Bombardier with a full galley and a lounge/bedroom area belongs to Bill Gates, the Co-founder and chairman of Microsoft Corporation.