Cessna, Boeing, or Convair? Whatever they are, they convert the travelling of their wealthy owners in a delightful journey of luxury and comfort. The next time you travel in economy class, you will definitely think enviously the following gentlemen. When it comes to travelling by plane, famous millionaires prefer theirs. Equipped to travel in comfort and luxury, they have what it takes to satisfy the taste of even the most demanding passengers.
Donald Trump, Boeing 727-23
This is the private plane of Donald Trump and is nothing other than a Boeing 727-23. Originally used by American Airlines as a Boeing 727 and in the process of renovation, made his appearance as a Boeing 727-23. The interior decorating has leather seats, gilded buckles for belts, expensive paintings and special lighting. The side of the aircraft has the logo Trump, printed in leafs of gold 23 carats.
Roman Abramovich, Boeing 767-33A
It is a little big for a private plane, but what else could the Roman Abramovich own? Externally resembles like any 767 but the interior is rumored to be dressed with walnut and decorated with golden details. Certainly the Abramovich owns two helicopters, while the new jet is in the works.
Mark Cuban, Boeing 767-277
Billionaire Mark Cuban came out of the basketball team in the NBA, Dallas Mavericks, and has a luxurious Boeing 767-277. The impressive aircraft of Cuban is that it features handmade seats, large enough to be comfortable travelling with his basketball players friends.
Elvis Presley, Convair 880
Everyone remembers the “Lisa Marie” of Elvis Presley. It was named after the daughter of the famous singer. Instead of 110 seats that the aircraft fits, Elvis asked for 28 only to have larger spaces. The tail of the aircraft is decorated with a personal logo of Presley, “TCB”, which means “Takin Care of Business”. Despite his death, his private plane is still preserved.
Bill Gates, Bombardier BD-700 Global Express
The airplane is owned by Challenger Administration LLC on behalf of course of Bill Gates. The BD-700 can carry eight people at a distance of up to 6,500 nautical miles. This upgrade allows the Bill Gates to travel from New York to Tokyo and from Los Angeles to Moscow, without making any stops.
By Nicole P.