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    5 Most Expensive Private Jet Aircraft in the world

    Here’s the list of most expensive private jets in the world. As We know private jets are probably some of the most expensive toys available to man. Naturally, only the very rich can even think about getting one. But even among private jets, there is a group of ultra-expensive aircraft that you can own only if you treat $40 million or more as nothing more than spare change. You know, like British gazillionaire Philip Green, who owns a Gulfstream G550, and Russian billionaire Roman Abramovich, owner of a couple of Boeing jets, do.

    And here’s the list of these most expensive avalailable “toys”

    5. Dassault Falcon 7X: $41 Millions

    Dassault Falcon 7X is a jet-engine business aircraft made by Dassault Falcon Jet Corporation founded in 1963 based in Little Ferry, New Jersey United States, Dassault Falcon Jet Corporation operates as a subsidiary company of Groupe Industriel Marcel Dassault SA France. passenger capacity of about twelve people and 3 crew members of the Computer-Aided Three Dimensional Interactive Application (CATIA) that can be adjusted to the buyer desires.

    Dassault Falcon 7X

    inside Dassault Falcon 7X

    4. Gulfstream V-SP: $45 Millions

    The Gulfstream V is a business jet produced by Gulfstream Aerospace. It is also used by the U.S. military under the designation C-37A. The G500 and G550 are improved versions of the existing production. Gulfstream G550 was formerly known as SP Gulfstream V (GV SP).

    Gulfstream V SP

    Interior of Gulfstream V SP

    3. Bombardier Global Express XRS: $47.7 Millions

    Bombardier Global Express XRS business jet is the most luxurious, most successful business aircraft ever built, will accommodate the most sophisticated and demanding journey without compromise. Building on the Global Express heritage and the bar enhanced. the plane was exceptional cabin comfort that offers greater performance and more technology to improve productivity and peace of mind.

    No other business jet flying today bring you faster, farther. Balancing comfort, speed and range in a way that maximizes each with agile brilliance, the Bombardier Global Express XRS corporate jet places you at the top of your game and the world in the palm of your hand.

    Bombardier Global Express XRS

    Bombardier Global Express XRS interior

    2. Boeing Business Jet 2: $55.5 Millions

    Boeing Business Jets is Boeing aircraft that interior designed by BMW Group Design works USA. known as luxurious cabin concept based on wide-body aircraft model Boeing 777, 787 and 747-8 [1] and enter the market in 2009 with Dreamliner’s name, an interior design concept of the new replacement of the old concept of an aircraft carrier three shades dimension larger space, the plane was designed for a capacity of 20 passenger capacity instead of 210-250 passengers a commercial version, There is space above the garage, bar or kitchen floors are made of transparent glass so that visitors can see the garage, the deck on the second floor there are widescreen television room and the master bedroom there, available also two guest bedrooms, exercise room and Other standard equipment of luxury jet.

    Boeing Business Jet 2

    Boeing Business Jet 2 interior

    1. Gulfstream G550, $59,9 Millions

    Gulfstream G550 business jet aircraft is made by General Dynamics, Gulfstream Aerospace unit is located in Savannah, Georgia. It’s one of the variants of the Gulfstream V. The G550 was released to the market in 2003, and has increased performance. Range is increased to 6,750 nautical miles (12,500 km), mostly due to reductions in aerodynamic drag. The Gulfstream 550 has the longest flight range in its class. Additionally, this aircraft has a “PlaneView” ****pit (which consists of 4 Honeywell DU-1310 EFIS screens, and a Gulfstream-designed cursor control system), and an Enhanced Vision System (EVS), an infrared camera that displays an image of the view in front of the camera on a head up display. The EVS permits the aircraft to land in lower-visibility instrument meteorological conditions than a non-EVS-equipped aircraft. This aircraft may be distinguished from the legacy Gulfstream V by a seventh passenger window on both sides of the aircraft, and by the square outflow valve on the aircraft right side as compared to the circular one on the GV. More than 182 Gulfstream G550 aircraft have been produced as of 2008.

    Gulfstream G550

    Gulfstream G550 interior


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