It still blows my mind to think we’ve created machinery and technology that’s capable of transporting us around the world!
That’s incredible enough on its own, however, if you’re really looking to do it in style then owning a private jet is the way to go.
Here’s a list of the 20 most expensive private jets in the world.
The 20 Most Expensive Private Jets In the World
These are the 20 most expensive private jets in the world:
20. The Embraer EMB 190 BJ – $41 Million
The Embraer EMB 190 BJ was first introduced to the world in 2006 but didn’t take flight until 2007.
It comes with a very hefty price tag, however, it can be easily justified by all the luxurious fixtures and fittings included.
The private jet is fitted with extra fuel tanks which means it can fly a lot further without having to refuel.
Also, as you would expect, it has separate bedrooms, bathrooms and a walk in cargo area if you want to stretch your legs mid-flight.
19. Gulfstream G500 – $44 Million
Next up we have this very impressive Gulfstream G500.
Now, although $44 million is a lot of money, it’s not in comparison to some of Gulfstream’s other offerings that are featured later on.
The G500 is fitted with beautiful bespoke cabins, which include customised tailored seats to match customer requirements.
Also, if you need to browse the web or take conference calls on board, then the jet comes fully equipped with super fast internet, roughly 30 times faster than any of its competitors.
18. Bombardier BD 700 Global Express – $47 Million
The first Bombardier on our list is one of the most expensive private jets in the world.
It has the capacity to travel long distances without having to refuel, which means it can get you to your destination a lot faster than most of it’s competitors.
The private jet features a gallery, conference area, dining room, a large bathroom and a stateroom.
Perfect if you’re looking to splash the cash!
17. Embraer Lineage 1000E – $53 Million
The Lineage 1000E is a converted airliner that comes with a $53 million price tag.
Its design was based on the popular Embraer E190 regional airliner, which means it can be configured to include a master bedroom and a walk-in shower.
But, if you’re feeling a little bit more adventurous, then you can pretty much customise the interior however you like!
16. Gulfstream G650ER – $66.5 Million
Coming in at number fifteen on our list of the most expensive private jets in the world is the Gulfstream G650ER.
This is Gulfstream’s flagship product, costing a cool $66.5 million. It comes fully loaded with all the goodies you’d expect to see in a private jet, plus the entire cabin system can be controlled by a smartphone app!
It has a range of more than 7,500 miles and has a gorgeous interior made from luxurious leathers, elegant wooden veneers and handcrafted stonework.
15. Bombardier Global 7000 – $73 Million
The Global 7000 has more than an 8,500-mile range, which means it can travel non-stop from New York to Sydney, Australia on one tank!
If the allure of the worlds “ultimate long-distance purpose built private jet” doesn’t entice you enough, then the $73 million jet also comes equipped with a full dining room, multi-media entertainment theatre and your very own private bedroom.
The bedroom is something to think about if you’re a frequent long-haul flyer!
14. Boeing Business Jet 2 – $75 Million
The Boeing Business Jet 2 is owned by India‘s richest man, Mukesh Ambani.
Costing an impressive $75 million; it comes with approximately 1000 square feet of space and is equipped with its very own executive lounge and private suite.
If Mr Ambani ever decides to sell it, this could be a great investment for the time conscious billionaire businessman!
13. Boeing 737 – $80 Million
In thirteenth position, we have the customised Boeing 737, whose owner is yet to be identified.
The Jets original price was $57 million, however, by adding some interior modifications and other luxuries, the price has increased to around $80 million.
The plane can hold up to 19 passengers at any one time and includes a bedroom, kitchen, bathroom and conference room.
The conference room is as good as it gets on solid ground, as it features smartphone and computer connectivity, and a high-definition video system with surround-sound.
12. Airbus ACJ 319 Neo – $100 Million
The next most expensive private jet in the world is the Airbus (ACJ) 319 Neot.
Before you’ve even kitted it out with a nice custom interior, or the latest technology and gadgets, the ACJ will cost you $100 million.
However, it could be money well spent as it will certainly save you a ton of time due to its 7,800-mile range, which can get you to a lot of places non-stop!
11. Boeing 757 – $100 Million
This Boeing 757 is probably one of the most famous private jets in the world. It’s owned by America’s current president, Donald Trump, which he made obvious by branding his name on the exterior of the plane.
The jet can carry up to 43 passengers and has one hell of a luxury interior. Most of its fixtures and fittings are made from solid gold and there’s a 52-inch cinema system onboard for inflight entertainment.
To lift all that metal off the ground, the 757 is powered by two massive Rolls Royce RB211 Turbofan engines!
10. Gulfstream III – $125 Million
American producer, actor and director Tyler Perry is the current owner of the Gulfstream III.
The jet has been customised a lot over the years and can carry up to 14 passengers.
It has a 42-inch HD LCD screen, multiple Blu-ray players, a satellite TV and a fully operational theatre.
Putting that aside, the Gulfstream III was also the jet that was used to transport Whitney Houston’s body, after her passing in 2012, from California to New Jersey.
9. Boeing 747-81 VIP – $153 Million
This Boeing 747 is no ordinary 747, hence the VIP in its name and price tag!
It is owned by Hong Kong real estate tycoon Joesph Lau, and features all the latest technology and gadgets, ensuring Mr Lau’s journies are as comfortable as possible.
His private jet’s interior includes beautiful vaulted ceilings, spiral staircases and the most opulent furniture.
8. Boeing 767-33A (ER) – $120-170 Million
Next on the list is Roman Abramovich’s own private jet.
His fleet of expensive luxury toys wouldn’t be complete without one of the most expensive private jets in the world, so he went all out on this one.
Nicknamed “The Bandit”, due to its cockpit paint job, the Boeing 767-33A’s (ER) interior has been decorated in gold and finished off with solid chestnut furniture.
Abramovich bought the aircraft from Boeing after a deal fell through with Hawaiian Airlines and re-fitted it throughout to match his personal specifications.
7. Boeing 787-8 BBJ – $224 Million
The Boeing 787-8 BBJ is one of the most expensive private jets in the world, coming in at a staggering $224 million.
BBJ stands for “Boeing Business Jet”, and the jet has approximately 2,400 square feet of room to enjoy.
It can also accommodate up to 39 guests and has a rather impressive master suite. The suite includes a walk-in wardrobe, a double shower and heated marble floors!
6. Boeing 747-430 – $233 Million
The second 747 on our list is a $233 million dollar one that belongs to the Sultan of Brunei.
The Sultan purchased the plane for around $100 million and then spent over $100 million renovating the interior.
The private jet’s interior is covered in solid gold, from the living room through to the bedrooms and bathrooms, even the wash basins got the golden touch!
5. Airbus A340-300 – $350-500 Million
Taking the fifth spot, on our list of most expensive private jets, is the largest plane in Russia.
The Airbus A340-30 is owned by, Russian billionaire, Alisher Ashmanov and was named after his father.
The private jets original price was $238 million; however, with all the interior decoration, luxury furnishings and technology on board, it’s estimated that the final cost is somewhere in the region of $350 to $500 million.
4. Boeing 747-8 Intercontinental BBJ – $403 Million
Similar in name to it’s the younger brother, the 787 BBJ, the 747-8 Intercontinental BBJ will set you back $403 million before you’ve even picked up a paintbrush.
Inside this beast, you’ll find roughly 4,800 square feet of room, as well as a fully equipped office, bedrooms, bathrooms and dining room, that converts into a corporate boardroom.
Not too shabby!
3. Airbus A380 Custom – $500 Million
The Airbus A380 Custom belongs to Prince Al-Waleed bin Talal and costs half a billion dollars!
The reason it costs so much is that an ordinary commercial A380 will set you back $400 million; so when the prince decided to decorate the interior, it easily pushed the price up to $500 million.
It’s thought that the jumbo jet has its own concert hall, Turkish baths, prayer rooms and a garage to accommodate a Rolls-Royce or two!
2. Boeing 747 refit – $617 Million
This 747 is owned by an anonymous billionaire, and there’s not much information available about how it’s decked out inside.
However, what we do know is that it’s been seriously upgraded and remodelled inside with the world best luxury furnishings.
It has multiple bedrooms, bathrooms and lounges, plus its very own onboard restaurant.
If you feel like taking a nap, you can choose from one of the eight private double bedrooms in the top deck!
1. Air Force One – $660 million
Topping the list of most expensive private jets Americas own, Air Force One.
Its owned and operated by the American government and is a triple-decker, 4,000 square foot behemoth that accommodates 100 passengers and 26 crew members.
It can reach speeds of 650 miles per hour and is fully equipped with the most sophisticated technology.
It has its own hospital and operating theatre and has been designed to withstand meteor strikes, earthquakes and nuclear war.
Also, it has mid-air refuelling abilities and is always given top priority over any other air traffic!
We hope you enjoyed our list of the 20 most expensive private jets in the world.
How cool are some of these? If you’re a billionaire or business person looking to boost productivity and save time, then a private jet might just be a useful tool in your fleet.
Here’s a quick recap of the 20 most expensive private jets in the world:
- Air Force One – $660 million
- Boeing 747 refit – $617 Million
- Airbus A380 Custom – $500 Million
- Boeing 747-8 Intercontinental BBJ – $403 Million
- Airbus A340-300 – $350-500 Million
- Boeing 747-430 – $233 Million
- Boeing 787-8 BBJ – $224 Million
- Boeing 767-33A (ER) – $120-170 Million
- Boeing 747-81 VIP – $153 Million
- Gulfstream III – $125 Million
- Boeing 757 – $100 Million
- Airbus ACJ 319 Neo – $100 Million
- Boeing 737 – $80 Million
- Boeing Business Jet 2 – $75 Million
- Bombardier Global 7000 – $73 Million
- Gulfstream G650ER – $66.5 Million
- Embraer Lineage 1000E – $53 Million
- Bombardier BD 700 Global Express – $47 Million
- Gulfstream G500 – $44 Million
- The Embraer EMB 190 BJ – $41 Million