These Are the Most Expensive (and Dreamy) Private Jets in the World

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Who doesn’t dream of owning their own, private aircraft? 

After all, air travel has only gotten less pleasant over the past twenty years. But just imagine owning one of the best private jets in the world, with a price tag that boggles the mind. 

No more waiting in airport lines. No more screaming children. No more having to be sandwiched between two strangers with questionable hygienic practices. 

Maybe it is just a dream, but it’s one that’s well worth having. So let’s check out the most expensive private jets in the world. 

1. Boeing 777-9 BBJ

Boeing’s 777s are set to take over from the famous 747 as the company’s next line of flagship aircraft. 

Of course, that means the 777 will also have a BBJ (Boeing Business Jet) variant. With a range of 11,000 nautical miles, it will be the longest-range private jet on the market. And with a more than 3,600-square-foot cabin, it will take luxury travel to a new height. 

All it takes is $442 million, and you can travel the world in the most expensive private jet in the world. 

2. Boeing 747-8 Intercontinental BBJ

The Boeing 747-8 is a private jumbo jet that you can own for the bargain price of only $403 million. 

Of course, the 747 is known for being one of the most reliable and longest-serving long haulers in the airline business, with a seating capacity of around 400 people. But the private version, one of the world’s biggest private jets, frees up all that space for greater luxury. 

A well-furnished interior can include bedroom suites, dining rooms, private offices for getting work done, and even entertainment centers. All this makes the 747-8 BBJ one of the best luxury jets on the market. 

3. Boeing 787-8 BBJ

Our third Boeing offering is a converted Dreamliner, featuring all the comforts and unmatched excellence of the commercial jet in the form of a private aircraft. 

This sophisticated, carbon-composite jet features an interior that you have to see to believe. At 2,400 square feet, you’ll have the space to move around and relax. But it’s the extras that come with the design that really impress. 

The cabin includes a spacious dining room and lounge, and there’s even a master suite that features a walk-in closet, California king bed, and a master bath with heated marble flooring. 

In 2019, an anonymous VIP customer placed an order for two of these remarkable aircraft, at a whopping price tag of $564 million!

4. ACJ350 XWB

If you have around $317 million lying around, you might consider spending it on Airbus’ ACJ350 “Xtra Widebody” (XWB) private jet, one of the most spacious and comfortable money can buy. 

Like the 777-9, the ACJ350 XWB has a range of over 11,000 nautical miles, meaning there’s virtually nowhere in the world that’s out of reach. Meanwhile, its fully customizable interior continues Airbus’ tradition of luxury outfitting. 

5. Airbus ACJ319neo

If you’re looking for one of the most luxurious private jets on the market, you need look no further than Airbus’ ACJ319neo, a private version of the airline’s A319neo airliner. 

This is, without a doubt, one of the coolest private aircraft in the world, with a pre-customized price tag just north of $100 million. Its roomy cabin is wider and higher than any other in the industry, so you have the room to fly in comfort. 

But the plane’s centerpiece is the Infinito custom cabin by Pagani Automobili, the renowned Italian automotive atelier. Its most distinctive feature—the “sky ceiling,” which admits a live view of the sky above. It’s almost as if you were flying a luxury Italian convertible. 

6. Bombardier Global 7500

Now, if you’re looking for something a little more affordable, you might consider Bombardier’s Global 7500. 

It’s an ultra-long-range private jet that has no difficulty making trips of 8,860 miles. Best of all, its roomy cabin features four customizable living spaces, including a private suite complete with a full-sized bed. 

At only $73 million, the Bombardier Global 7500 is a downright steal. 

7. Gulfstream G650ER

Coming in at about $71 million, Gulfstream’s G650ER is one of the fastest private jets on the market, and has one of the longest maximum ranges. 

Its sophisticated engines can achieve speeds of Mach 0.925, and it’s capable of making trans-Pacific flights seem like nothing more than a trip to the local grocery store. Meanwhile, there’s luxury in spades, with custom, handcrafted individual seats, and the industry’s lowest cabin altitude. 

8. Embraer Lineage 1000E

The Lineage 1000E is actually a converted Embraer E190 regional airliner. 

The Brazilian company Embraer has spared nothing when it comes to the luxury outfitting of this remarkable aircraft. The Lineage 1000E features five separate cabin zones, including dining areas and entertainment centers, and a master bedroom. 

For a luxury flourish, custom interiors can include the fantasy cabin stylings of Jay Beever, Embraer’s chief designer. The “Kyoto Airship” features magnificent skylights, and “Skyranch One” features an Old West flair. 

9. Praetor 600

Finally, we come to the Praetor 600, one of Embraer’s mid-size offerings. 

This private jet is for the more budget-conscious consumer, with a price tag of about $21 million. It has a range of over 4,000 nautical miles and has space for up to twelve passengers. 

While it’s not at the top of our list of the most expensive private jets in the world, it is one of the most luxurious and advanced private jets in the world. 

Fly Only the Best Private Jets

This is just a glimpse of the most expensive and luxurious private jets in the world. 

Of course, exclusive luxury travel doesn’t mean you have to spring for one of these incredible aircraft. There are plenty of private jets at lower price points, or even private charters. 

So go ahead and contact us today at Republic Jet Center, and see how we can help you fly in style.

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