Inside the 5 most luxurious private jets

Inside the 5 most luxurious private jets

While some of us struggle to buy an economy class plane ticket to travel to our dream destination, some rich people don’t mind splurging on a jet that lets them enjoy the luxury of travel.


5. Cessna Citation Longitude

The Cessna Citation Longitude can fit up to 12 people and costs $26 million. This jet comes with a cabin area that can fit amenities like an espresso maker and microwave oven, as well as its own walk-in baggage compartment.

The cabin offers plenty of space and cozy armchairs. It has 15 large windows to bring in plenty of natural light.

It also comes with a spacious bathroom.

4. Airbus

Airbus  is one of the leading private aircraft manufacturers and has a variety of luxurious private jets that run between $72 million and $110 million, depending on their size. The price does not include the cost of outfitting the cabin.

Here we see the Airbus ACJ319 corporate jet, which can fit eight people comfortably. It’s the widest and tallest cabin of any business jet with intercontinental range.

Those who opt to get Airbus’ VIP wide body version of the jet also get a room for a conference room or dining room.

3. Gulfstream G650

For $65 million, you can buy the Gulfstream G650. It has the longest and widest cabin of all private jets on the market.

And the bathroom comes with plenty of space and a modern look.

The jet comes with plush lounge chairs that can recline all the way back when you want to sleep. But you better be able to shell out if you want one — the jet costs $367 million without the fancy interior items.

2. Embraer Lineage 1000E

The Embraer Lineage 1000E private jet comes with 10,000 cubic feet of luxurious cabin space. It costs around $53 million.

There’s also a master suite that fits a large bed and a private bathroom.

That is, a bathroom with its own walk-in shower.

1. Boeing 747-8 VIP

The Boeing 747-8 VIP private jet is absolutely stunning. It offers 4,786 square feet of space with a stateroom, lounge, office, and dining room.

It’s the longest and second-largest airliner ever built, costing $367 million without the fancy interior items.

Artistic Renderings by Greenpoint Technologies

The interior components are designed and built in-house.

Artistic Renderings by Greenpoint Technologies

Imagine sleeping in this bed while you travel…

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This article originally appeared on Tech Insider