A popular model and well-known for its size and range is the Boeing 747-8. It is one of the biggest and longest aircraft ever made, with a maximum speed of 645 miles per hour and a range of up to 9,200 nautical miles. Although this aircraft can carry over 400 passengers in its commercial configuration, it can also be ordered as a private jet. The starting price for an interior without furniture is $418.4 million.
One unnamed customer went above and beyond by adding $200 million to their 747-8’s customization. A master suite, bathrooms, living rooms, and a dining room with seating for 14 people are just a few of the opulent additions they made.
The US Air Force selected modified Boeing 747-8s to serve as Air Force One and Air Force Two for the President because of the impressiveness of the aircraft (their presidential modifications are thought to be worth up to $660 million).
The twin-engine Boeing Business Jet 777-8 from Boeing is another outstanding private jet. It is well known for being the longest-range private jet on the market, and depending on customization options, prices start at over $400 million. It has a range of over 11,500 nautical miles and can carry up to 75 passengers on non-stop flights around the world.
The Boeing Business Jet 777-8’s cabin offers a generous 3,256 square feet of space that can be customized to the buyer’s preferences. There may be a variety of rooms in it, including living rooms, dining rooms, bedrooms, and conference rooms. Boeing worked with top design firms to develop cabin concepts that highlight the personalization options available to individual buyers in order to demonstrate the possibilities.
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