10 Most Expensive Private Jets in the World

10 Most Expensive Private Jets in the World

The $65 million Gulfstream G650 may be the pinnacle of the private jet market, but it just doesn’t do the job for billionaires who prefer to fly with more than a dozen or so passengers. For that, the uber wealthy turn to Airbus and Boeing, who are more than happy to customize their jets — even the widebodies that can carry hundreds of people — for private use.

1.    Airbus A380 owned by Prince Al-Waleed bin Talal – $500 million

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2.    Airbus A340-300 owned by Alisher Usmanov – $350-500 million

One of the richest people from Russia, Alisher Usmanov is famous for making his fortune by selling iron and steel


3.    Boeing 747-430 owned by Sultan of Brunei – $233 million

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4. The second prince of Saudi Arabia private luxury jet – $220 million

Al Walid Bin Talal has another luxury jet plane ready to fly and transport his guests, friends and relatives – Boeing 747.

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5.  Boeing 767-33A/ER owned by Roman Abramovich – $120-170 million

This 767-33A/ER, also known as the “Bandit“ due to its cockpit paint detail, belongs to the Russian billionaire and the owner of Chelsea football club

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6.    Boeing 747-81 VIP owned by Joseph Lau – $153 million

This VIP model of Boeing 747 is owned by the Hong Kong real estate tycoon Joseph Lau.

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7.    Gulfstream III owned by Film Producer Tyler Perry – $125 million

Gulfstream-III-owned-by-Tyler-Perry8.    Boeing 757 owned by Donald Trump – $100 million


9.    Boeing 737 – $80 million

An American businessman who prefers to remain anonymous owns a Boeing 737 with a value of 80 million dollars.


10.    Boeing Business Jet 2 owned by Mukesh Ambani  – $73 million

At the end of our list – the gorgeous Boeing Business Jet 2 owned by the India‘s richest man Mukesh Ambani. This plane, which has a 1000 square feet of space and accommodates an executive lounge with a boardroom seating and a private suite with a bedroom and a bathroom, truly has what it takes to be called a “Flying Hotel.