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World’s Most Expensive Private Jet: Airbus A380

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World’s Most Expensive Private Jet

Wondering which is The World’s Most Expensive Private Jet? You are in the right place!

The World’s Most Expensive Private Jet is Airbus A380 and it belongs to the Prince Alwaleed bin Talal. It costs $500 million and it will be delivered this year to the Prince from Saudi Arabia.

World's Most Expensive Private Jet: Airbus A380

Airbus A380 is a double-deck, four engine, wide-body jet airliner. We presume that inside exists a garage for two Lamborghini or other super cars, a stable for camels and horses, this is something indispensable for any Saudi Arabian businessman and a pray room that rotates so always will be with face to Mecca.

With the A380, the sky is yours.
Quietest cabin.
Widest seats.
Higher revenues.

Because Airbus A380 has big dimensions many airports around the world have updated their facilities to accommodate its size. The actual name of the plane it’s not the first it had, initially was named Airbus A3XX and it was designed to challenge Boeing’s domination in the aircraft market.

Airbus A380 made his first flight on 27 April 2005 and began commercial service in October 2007 with Singapore Airlines.

World's Most Expensive Private Jet: Airbus A380

The A380, double-deck plane is the world’s largest commercial plane which flying today, it has a total capacity of 525 people in  a comfortable three-class configuration and 850 in a single-class configuration which provides a better travel.

With the A380, the sky is yours.
30% more passengers.
More business.
Higher revenues.

The A380 allows airlines to grow their markets, control market share and, consequently, fares – ensuring they own the sky.

The Airbus A380 has been involved in one aviation accident on 4 November 2010 en route from Shanghai (China) to Sydney (Australia) when one of the engines had a problem resulting in a series of related problems, and forcing the flight to return to Singapore. There were no injuries to the passengers, crew or people on the ground.

This is what the commercial model looks like:


Now imagine having all that to yourself! That’s exactly what Soudi Prince Al-Waleed bin Talal  did when he asked for his custom model worth over $500 million.


This Article was written by: Daniel Polec. You can visit his blog: [button color="red" size="small" link="http://obscvred.tumblr.com" target="blank" ]OBSCVRED[/button]

 
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