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Billionaire's one-up game: In some of the most costly private planes in the world.
Nothing is more important than having a private form of trans-continental traffic. When you own your own airplane, you're already in the top group. It is then only a question of being the élite of the élite, of which the following are definitely the kinglies ( in some cases quite literally).
The private planes provide confidentiality, exclusiveness and of course private space. Tony Stark Referenz (BYO Poles Dancers) - an expansion of your store or just your way of travelling around the world spontaneously and freely. The following planes, however, are the ones that take a leap ahead of the crowd and their ludicrously wealthy possessors who are fortunate enough to have them to relish.
The man who possesses probably the most costly boat in the whole wide range (read here) also possesses one of the most costly private airplanes in the whole range. Belonging to the Chelsea Football Club, the Chelsea Football Club, the Russia based millionaire, Mr Typcoon, has personalised the Boeing 767 to satisfy his exceptional needs.
This is the most safe and securest aircraft in the whole wide air. Supposedly used by all members of the Trump genealogy, it has everything one would have expected from a millionaire who wants to become chairman. Several private booths, giant televisions and the coat of arms of the families that are detailled on almost everything. Cutting-edge technologies (including two Rolls Royce engines) and 24-carat gold-plated safety harnesses and bath fittings could almost make it seem valuable.
However, there are still a few airplanes that can outdo Donald's private jets team. Instead of the 0.00001% who had to buy used or used large aircrafts (how unfortunate), big producers like Boeing and Airbus came up with the concept and realised that they could earn a little more as well.
These aircraft, known as "VIPs", are standing next to your British Airways globe-trotter, only they're different. Note that the quoted retail prices are without any interior decoration of the after market, so pay attention to your purse as you could go over your money very well. The Boeing and Airbus will not announce the buyer's name, but once you have one, it would be quite difficult to conceal.
You' ve got that right, he actually has an elevator to get his ride on his airplane. Whilst it is said that certain modifications without the auto alone costs 150 million dollars, if you thought that was ridiculous, there is a throne in the master lounges.