Chris is high enough on the management chain within his company that he’s
allowed to take the corporate jet when he needs it. For a little while, he commuted from his
jet fairly often. “Sure it’s comfy,” he
told me, “but the best part about it is the convenience. You leave exactly when you need to, you’re
never late, and you can walk right onto the plane with a beer in your hand and
a cigar in your mouth!”
Ah… the privacy
of your own personal jet. Can you
imagine it? Skipping security and the
long lines in the airport? It’s Friday,
so I thought a “fun” article would be nice to read. So without further ado, I give you some
private jets to be on the lookout for when you’re bouncing from airport to
Donald’s” Jet. Having 24 carat gold leaf
spelling out “TRUMP” on the side of the plane, this one is hard to miss. It has a full leather interior, gold plated seatbelt
buckles, oil paintings adorning the walls and
throughout the cabin.
Mark Cuban is the billionaire owner of
some sports teams, including the Dallas Mavericks. He completely rebuild the interior of his
plane (an Airbus, I believe) with custom leather seats that are large enough to
accommodate the very tallest of his players.
Everything’s bigger in
The Sultan of Brunei might be the only
person in the world to spend more money retrofitting a 747 than he did
purchasing it. Spending more than $27
million more than the purchase price for his private Boeing 747, the
good sultan packed this jet with Lalique crystal and solid gold wash basins!
Abramovich (Russian Billionaire) appointed his plane’s interior with chestnut
paneling and solid gold. You can usually
spot this plane at Luton airport, just north of
He likes to spend time there.
Ford is actually an excellent pilot. The
FAA has asked him to be their spokesman for their runway incursion awareness
and prevention campaign. His jet’s tail
boasts the 00-SKY sign and may be spotted anywhere.