12 Private Jets Of Multi-Millionaires & Billionaires

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So now my favorite guest poster/female trading challenge student, Julie, whose blog you should read HERE, has put together a list of private jets of billionaires which should further inspire you to study / work hard / want to get rich.

Because as I’ve been fortunate enough to experience, private jets not only re far more efficient and enjoyable than regular airlines, you also truly feel like a king — which is a feeling I want EVERY trading challenge student to be able to experience as theres nothing else like it…especially when you’re self-made.

Here are some pictures and video of my enjoying some private jets of all sizes on various vacations and business trips:

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And as I posted the other day HERE on Instagram, I’ll be “slumming it” with my own first class suite for my summer trip to Japan which alone costs more than what many of my readers make in a year which just goes to show you the upside you have with trading and why it’s SO key that you watch my 7 free video lessons here and start applying them day in day out so you can upgrade your life…in roughly 3 weeks I’ll be sitting right where this lady is and I’m sure I’ll have some cool photos/videos to also help inspire you :)

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For those wondering the costs of private jets, it’s not that bad when you’re a multi-millionaire like me…I’ll have more detailed posts soon on some new websites i’m working on, but for now you can read the details of my net worth HERE because I’m fully transparent in order to help inspire you even more…and to cut through the BS of finance which sadly is sorely lacking in financial transparency.

Below are the private jets of the big boys who have millions upon millions upon millions…most of which is unnecessary to live any better than I currently do, but it should just be more inspiration for you:

Up, up and away. Check out the opulent private jets of the world’s billionaires.

Here is another blog that looks into the lavish lifestyle of the rich and famous. Just because they have to leave their life on the ground, these individuals don’t leave their lifestyles behind. From gold plated interiors to ceilings high enough to fit the world’s tallest basketball players, these jets do not fail to impress. Whether traveling for business or to one of their luxurious vacation destinations, both comfort and style are equally important.

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Tim has traveled on a private jet before, and you can see a video tour of it here:  http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=28jFDmnQsZ8. He has some of his friends with him as they are traveling to his annual pennystocking conference in Los Vegas. (contact Tim HERE to get earlybird discount pricing on this year’s conference in October 2013)


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This aircraft may look rather simple from the outside, but Russian billionaire Roman Abramovich’s Boeing 767-33A has an interior that is reportedly decorated with a gold. It is often seen at Luton Airport north of London.

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The most famous private jet is Air Force One. President Obama’s form of air travel is a Boeing 747-200B and comes equipped with a self-contained baggage loader and the ability to re-fuel in flight. According to Boeing’s website, the “flying Oval Office” has 4,000 square feet of interior floor space with accommodations that include: a conference/dining room, quarters for the president and the first lady, an office area for senior staff members, another office that converts into a medical facility when necessary, work and rest areas for the presidential staff, media representatives and Air Force crews, two galleys that can provide 100 meals at one sitting, and multi-frequency radios for air-to-air, air-to-ground and satellite communications. As the White House website states, “Emblazoned with the words “United States of America,” the American flag, and the Seal of the President of the United States, it is an undeniable presence wherever it flies.”

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Gautam Singhania, chairman of the Raymond Group, owns this Challenger 604 jet featuring an advanced Collins ProLine IV EFIS avionics system. It is said to be one of the most extravagant and high tech business jets in the world. With plenty of cabin space, enhanced fuel tank and sound reducing cabin with beige and brown interiors and leather seats, this jet can make anyone enjoy a long flight. You’ll probably be disappointed that you get to your destination so quickly, as this jet can reach a cruising speed of 528 mph.

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One of the most well-known individuals of the Forbes 400, Bill Gates’ jet can carry eight people a distance of 6,500 miles. This means that you can have a non-stop from New York to Tokyo or Los Angeles to Moscow.

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Anil Ambani, chairman of Reliance Anil Dhirubhai Ambani Group, has more than one private jet. He often travels in a sleek Falcon 7X but also has a Falcon 2000 and a Global Express XRS. Ambani loves to live in elegance and his Bombardier Global Express XRS is the perfect example of this. It features a 14.73-metre long cabin and comes with conference table for board room meetings. Powered by two Rolls-Royce Deutschland BR710A2-20 turbofan engines, the jet is capable of reaching 51,000 feet.

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The Sultan of Brunei bought his Boeing 747-430 for more than $100 million. Called a “Flying Palace” by some, the sultan spent an additional $120 million revamping the interior to include washbasins made out of gold and crystal. This isn’t even his only aircraft, but it is said to be his biggest and supposedly the most luxurious.

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Jackie Chan had this executive jet, an Embraer Legacy 650, outfitted with a dragon livery. The starting price for the jet is $29 million. Chan said that the large, quiet cabins and sense of luxury lead him to choose this jet.

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Billionaire Mark Cuban owns the Dallas Mavericks as well as this Boeing 767-277. The jet is  supposedly equipped with ceilings high enough to fit his basketball team’s tallest players.

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Donald Trump’s private jet was originally operated by American Airlines. This 1968 vintage jet was redone to hold 23. It now comes with pale leather armchairs, gold plated seatbelt buckles, oil paintings, and Waterford crystal lamps. It is easy to spot the Donalds’ jet, as the Trump logo is on the side of the aircraft, stretching 30 feet long, 4 feet high, and made of 23 carat gold leaf.

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Actor Harrison Ford owns a Cessna 525B CJ3 Citation Jet. He actually pilots his own CJ3, which can carry six people in comfort for about 1,900 nautical miles. Ford is actually considered a good a pilot. So much so that the FAA asked him to be the spokesman for the runway incursion awareness and prevention campaign that the agency started in 2001.

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Jimmy Buffett owns a Grumman HU-16 Albatross. The former military amphibian aircraft owned by Buffett is known as “The Hemisphere Dancer.” Probably the most interesting story involving the jet is that it was shot at in 1996 when Jamaican police suspected it of carrying drugs.

All of the information for this article was found on the websites for Forbes, Business Insider, Boeing, The White House, Chilloutpoint, Bornrich, CNN, and Luxpresso.

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  • Kbc

    Trump’s 757 was purchased from Paul Allen and was manufactured in 1991. Trump’s former aircraft, a Boeing 727, was a former American Airlines airliner manufactured in 1968.

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