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"Genuine or fantasy"? Prinz Al Waleed bin Talal's Luxury Boeing 747 Prinz Al-Waleed bin Talal bin Abdulaziz al Saud is a Saud business man, financier, philosopher and member of the Saud king's kin. Prinz Al-Waleed bin Talal possesses several aeroplanes modified for personal use: a Boeing 747,[78] an Airbus 321 and a Hawker Siddeley 125. He' s also got the 65-th biggest personal boat in the whole wide open waterorld.

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The Boeing Aeroloft cabins supply bedding to top-class aircraft.

The first Boeing Business Jets (BBJ) with the new Aeroloft have been taken over by Boeing. Of the nine Aeroloft-modified BBJs that have been hitherto marketed, Boeing said that they are all intended for unreleased government clients. The Aeroloft, developed by Washington-based Greenpoint Technologies, offers an extra 36.5 metres of cab area in a VIP-configured BBJ 787-8.

There is a new cab interior above the airplane's primary decking between the top and rear decks. "Aeroloft was designed to meet the customer-specific demands of the Boeing 747-8. The Boeing company cleaned up this "overhead" area and the clients wanted a way to make optimum use of the passengers' space." Tired businessmen can turn into less formally dressed before charging their battery in one of the eight luxury bedrooms or leaning back in the adjoining cloakroom.

We are sure that all BBJ 747-8 clients who receive the Aeroloft will be delighted with this singular and convenient space". This year Boeing is expected to supply two more BBJ 787-8s. BBJ 747-8 is a large airplane, and after all the luxury equipment has been added, the numbers published by Boeing show that the revised airplane will have a cost of about 500 million dollars.

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