Top 5 most expensive private jets in the world and their owners

Top 5 most expensive private jets in the world and their owners

Hong Kong billionaire Joseph Lau owns the second most expensive private jet in the world
Top 5 most expensive private jets in the world and their owners

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9 Jan 2024

The most expensive private jets in the world are owned by incredibly wealthy individuals who see these planes not just as a means of travel but as symbols of their opulence.

The most expensive private jet in the world is owned by Alisher Umanov, a Russian billionaire, who turned an Airbus A340-300 into his own luxurious flying mansion at a cost of $400 million.

The jet is rumored to be the largest private jet in Russia and possibly in all of Europe. The Airbus A340-300 is a long-range, wide-body airliner that can carry up to 375 passengers.

Hong Kong billionaire Joseph Lau owns a customised Boeing 747-8 VIP worth $367 million, the second most expensive private jet in the world, equipped with a master bedroom, lounge, office, dining room, and high-tech entertainment system.

The jet can fly up to 8,000 nautical miles at a speed of Mach 0.855, which is close to the speed of sound.

The Sultan of Brunei, known for his lavish lifestyle, owns a $230 million Boeing 747-430 with a gold-plated interior featuring gold accents on furniture and fixtures.

Roman Abramovich, a Russian billionaire and Chelsea Football Club owner, spent $170 million upgrading his Boeing 757, named The Bandit, with luxurious amenities and top-notch security features including an anti-missile system, a radar jamming device, and bulletproof windows.

Even celebrities like Kim Kardashian showcase their extreme wealth through private jets. The fifth most expensive private jet in the world is owned by her.

Her Gulfstream G650ER, worth $150 million, is customized with a sleek interior, bedroom, bathroom, lounge, bar, and cinema. It can fly up to 7,500 nautical miles at a speed of Mach 0.925, which is close to the speed of sound. 

These jets go beyond mere transportation and they serve as glamorous displays of immense affluence and comfort for the super-rich.

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