Top 10 Most Expensive Private Jets in the World


Travelling by air is a convenience and luxury by itself. However, can you imagine an aircraft specifically designed like a luxury hotel with all advantages? This time we present you the TOP 10 most expensive private planes in the world.

10. Airbus A319 Corporate Jet

Price: $80.7
Owner: Vijay Mallya
Passengers: 25
Features: This aircraft has both attractive exterior and interior layout. The design was created for exotic and luxurious use. A319 Corporate Jet is elegance variant which delivers speed, simplicity and savings.
Interesting fact: Vijay Mallya’s corporate jet to be auctioned in May. The list price now is about $88 million.

9. Boeing 757

Price: $100 million
Base price: $65 million
Owner: Donald Trump
Passengers: 43
Number built: 1050
Features: There are two bedrooms inside the plane. Gold fittings across the board starting with the gold seat belts up to gold plated sink and faucets in the bathroom creates luxury. The video room is installed including a home cinema system with a 52 inch flat screen display.
Interesting fact: The Boeing 757 is powered by a pair of Rolls-Royce RB211 turbofan engines.

8. Gulfstream III

Price: $125 million
Base price: $65 million
Owner: Tyler Perry
Number built: 202
Features: The Gulfstream III looks like “Flying Theater” with several big displays, a big library and everything else you need in order to enjoy your flight. The aircraft has a 42-inch HD LCD screen installed (the largest of its kind). The system is fully equipped with multiple Blu-ray players, satellite TV, theater lighting and electronically controlled window shades.
Interesting fact: This plane was used to transport singer Whitney Houston’s body from California to New Jersey after her death in 2012.

7. Boeing 747-81 VIP

Price: $153 million
Base price: $153 million
Owner: Hong Kong real estate tycoon Joseph Lau
Passengers: 32
Number built: 8
Features: The plane called ”Dreamliner” features exclusive design in hand with all the latest technology to ensure the VIP class travelling experience throughout the entire flight. The huge private office for meetings can be found inside the plane together with guest rooms and personal gym. Some of interior solutions include such features as vaulted ceilings, spiral staircases and video displays on the walls.

6. Boeing 767-33A/ER

Price: $120-170 million
Owner: Russian billionaire and the owner of Chelsea football club – Roman Abramovich
Passengers: 300
Number built: 3
Features: With a nice paint-job on the outside, the plane‘s interior is reported to be outfitted with chestnut and decorated with gold. A dining facility for 30 people is inside the aircraft. An anti-missile system to provide additional security is installed.
Interesting fact: Russian Billionaire uses the plane to fly his football team, Chelsea, from one game to the other.

5. Boeing 747-400

Price: $220 million
Owner: Prince Al-Waleed bin Talal
Passengers: 400
Number built: 694
Features: This plane has two luxurious bedrooms, a dining table for 14 people and a throne in the middle of the plane most likely to remind the prince of his home palace while travelling.
Interesting fact: 11 flight attendants are on-board to ensure a consistent well-being of the prince. This is not his only jet!

4. Boeing 747-430

Price: $233 million
Base price: about $100 million
Owner: Sultan of Brunei
Number built: 694
Features: The original price of the plane was around $100 million and the Sultan has spent another $100 million in excess for updating airplane interior which screams luxury with gold details all over the plane. A living room, bedroom and bathroom are all decorated with gold and crystal, featuring washbasins made out of solid gold.

3. Airbus A340-300

Price: $350-450 million
Base price: $238 million
Owner: The richest man in Russia – a billionaire Alisher Usmanov
Passengers: 375
Number built: 377
Features: Besides the spectacular and luxurious exterior paint job, the plane carries the name “Bourkhan” as it has been named after the Alisher Ashmanov’s father. The original price of the plane was $238 million, however, according to, the final cost is estimated to vary from $350 to $500 million considering the interior decoration and technology implemented.
Interesting fact: It is the largest private plane in Russia, even bigger than President Vladimir Putin’s Ilyushin Il-96.

2. Airbus A380-Custom

Price: over $500 million
Base price: $300 million
Owner: Prince Al-Waleed bin Talal
Number built: 184
Features: The plane belonging to the prince is said to have a concert hall, well being room, boardroom featuring a large Perspex table which doubles as a huge touchscreen, a Turkish bath, a garage for a Rolls-Royce and even a prayer room with electronic mats which automatically rotate to face Mecca. Elevator can be used to access different levels inside the plane
Interesting fact: The double-deck A380 is the world’s largest commercial aircraft flying today.

1. Boeing 747-8

Price: $617 million
Base price: $250 million
Owner: Undisclosed
Number built: 102
Features: This plane is dubbed as the “Yacht of the Skies”. The layout includes a stateroom, multiple lounges, an office and a huge conference-room-cum-dining-room. All its fittings are custom designed and built in-house from top quality materials. Moreover, a master bedroom featuring a king-sized bed and seating area, a forward-entry staircase, and private guest areas above the main deck may be also found inside.
Interesting fact: The Boeing 747-8 is the world’s longest plane.

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