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The 10 Most Expensive Private Jets in the World



The 10 Most Expensive Private Jets in the World

Everyone dreams of flying first class, and some of us are more than willing to spend the extra money to get there. But why fly first class when you can have a private jet? While most people would never think of owning one, we’re always curious about how much the best of the best in aviation costs. Here are 10 of the most expensive private jets in the world:

These are the most expensive private jets in the world.

You’re probably wondering: what are the most expensive private jets in the world?

If you’re a billionaire and you want to own a private jet, here are some options for you.

1. The Boeing 757

The Boeing 757 is an American short-to-medium range twinjet narrow-body airliner. Production of this plane began in 1978, and it has been in production ever since—with all but one model still in production today (the 757-200F). The plane was first introduced to the public in 1982 and has since become one of the most popular private jets out there. It’s even been featured on several hit shows like Top Gear and Entourage!

2. The Boeing BBJ2 VIP

The Boeing BBJ2 VIP is a twin-engine, long-range, high-altitude corporate jet that is used by the President of the United States. The aircraft was first delivered in December 2016 and it was built to replace the aging fleet of Boeing 747s that have been used as Air Force One since 1990. It’s basically a souped-up version of their flagship business jet—the Boeing Business Jet—and features advanced communications equipment and countermeasures systems designed to protect against airborne threats.

3. The Gulfstream G550

The Gulfstream G550 is a fast, long-range business jet that seats up to 19 passengers and can carry up to 7,000 pounds of cargo. The plane can fly at an altitude of 45,000 feet and has a range of 5,000 nautical miles—enough to reach any corner of the globe without needing to refuel. When you’re not on your way somewhere exotic or luxurious (perhaps it’s your own private island), this aircraft will accommodate every need: it has 18 fully equipped restrooms with showers; four staterooms with king beds; three private offices; and a master bedroom with its own bathroom.

  • Range: 5,000 nautical miles
  • Speed: Mach 0.85 (about 671 mph)
  • Payload capacity: 7,000 pounds

4. The Global Express XRS

The Global Express XRS is a business jet built by Bombardier Aerospace. The plane has a range of over 7,000 nautical miles and can fly at speeds up to Mach 0.85 and cruise at a maximum speed of Mach 0.90. It’s powered by two Pratt & Whitney PW307A turbofan engines that produce 22,000 lbf each, giving the aircraft a top speed of around 568 mph (Mach .85). The Global Express XRS features two large cargo bays with side doors that open 1 meter (39 inches) from the ground, allowing for easy loading and unloading of cargo or passengers without stairs or ladders needed; this makes it ideal for use in areas where there are few runways or taxiways available on-site when landing or taking off from an airport runway area isn’t possible due to heavy traffic flow between other private jets occupying nearby taxi lanes as well as commercial airlines flying overhead during busy times like rush hour traffic jams so no one else gets in your way while trying not only making sure everyone gets home safely but also getting some work done while waiting–which could take hours depending on how congested things get around sunset time when most people start heading back home after work so they don’t miss anything important happening tonight like sports games going on right now happening live online right now without having missed any action because they were stuck sitting outside watching other planes land instead

5. The Airbus A319CJ Corporate Jet

If you’ve ever flown on a commercial airliner, then you know that it’s not all that comfortable. You’re crammed in like sardines, and the seats are tiny and uncomfortable. You can’t move around much without disturbing those sitting next to you, either.

With the Airbus A319CJ Corporate Jet, though, things are different: instead of having to share your space with other people and their luggage—and perhaps even their kids—in coach class or first class (which isn’t as nice as it sounds), this aircraft has 40 private rooms for passengers who don’t want to be bothered by anyone else while they fly from point A to point B. Each room comes equipped with everything from a window and toilet seat coverings made from handmade leathers to 19-inch LCD screens for watching television; there’s also room for an extra bed if someone wants to sleep during the flight!

Now let’s talk about how much this gargantuan flying palace costs: if you want one just like it today but don’t have enough money saved up yet then no worries because they’re available now at only $50 million USD each!

6. Bombardier Challenger 605

The Bombardier Challenger 605 is the most expensive private jet in the world. It’s also the fastest and second-fastest private jet in the world, with its top speed of Mach 0.90 (920 mph). The Cessna Citation X has a slightly higher top speed at Mach 0.92 (935 mph), but this aircraft costs $8 million less than a Challenger 605 and was built by a more established aircraft manufacturer.

It’s not all about speed though—this plane can hold 14 passengers and two crew members if you want to go traveling with your friends, or you could pack it full of cargo if you’re planning on making an extra-large delivery somewhere across town or around the globe!

7. Dassault Falcon 900LX Executive Jet

This 45.2-meter (150 ft) luxury jet is powered by two Pratt & Whitney PW306C turbofan engines and can travel up to a maximum speed of Mach 0.9 (690 km/h, 430 mph).

The Dassault Falcon 900LX has a range of 7,100 kilometers (4,400 nautical miles) at an altitude of 35,000 feet (11 km). It can accommodate up to eight passengers in its spacious cabin which has been designed with comfort in mind. The jet also features retractable steps that lower into place when you want them out of the way and large windows that allow for unobstructed views from every seat on board.

8. Cessna 750 Citation X

The Cessna 750 Citation X is a business jet made by the American aircraft manufacturing corporation Cessna. It’s capable of carrying 8-10 passengers with a range of 4,000 nautical miles and a top speed of 500 mph. The aircraft has a height of 15,000 feet and length of 44 feet, and a width of 16 feet.

9. Hawker 4000

The Hawker 4000 is a midsized private jet that rides on two Rolls-Royce BR710A1-11 turbofan engines. It has a range of 3,500 nautical miles and can carry up to 10 passengers.

The British-made business jet was designed for long-distance trips and high-speed travel at altitudes above 30,000 feet (9,150 meters).

10. Embraer Legacy 650E

The Embraer Legacy 650E is a private jet with a maximum of eight seats, and it can travel up to 940 miles per hour. It’s made in Brazil, which might be why it costs around $20 million—it’s not an American product. The plane has four wheels and two engines that each produce 7,500 pounds of thrust.

It’s used by wealthy people who want to go out into nature but still have the luxury of being able to land at any airport they want to stop at along their journey.

Anyway, when you’re next in line to enter the world of private aviation, you may want to consider these as some potential options. They may not all be the most luxurious, but they are sure to provide a comfortable experience!

Unyime Anthony is a gaming enthusiast specializing in first-in-class gaming content, including PS4, Xbox, Nintendo, and Movies, to educate and inform readers.