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A view from the inside to the private jet of the patriots
New England patriots came in a stylish way to today's Thursday evening football match against Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Celebrating the maiden voyage of their custom-made Boeing 767, which was fooled in the colours of the teams, the crew took five Lombardi trophies to the rear. An airplane is used as the team's primary journey for away matches, while the other airplane serves as a back-up - a Brady airplane and a Garoppolo airplane, if you like.
It is the patriots' intention to own their own airplane to reduce the costs of flying by saving themselves a lot of cash, especially as several large companies have withdrawn the larger airplanes used by the team during the summer time. Ooh, and the plane's pretty damn comfortable, too. AirKraft " has the broadest and tallest seating that an airplane can accommodate, with an additional five inch of leg room compared to a standard first grade one.
Patriots also hoped that a private aircraft would help the athlete recover, as they would have better acces to gear and coaches. Airplanes will be for hire if they are not used by the crew, but unfortunately for us normal folks the only way to get a bus is to be a coaches.
In Qatar Airways' million private jet.
Gulfstream G500 is the latest private jet from Qatar Airways. This aircraft is valued at 45.5 million dollars and will cost about 160,000 dollars to travel from New York to London. At the Farnborough Airshow 2018 Business Insider boarded the newest private jet of Qatar Airways. Gulfstream G500 is unbelievably luxury, with high-speed WiFi, sat telephone, coffeemaker, fridge and even baking ovens.