Photos of the World’s Largest Private Jet: $400 Million Boeing 747-8i BBJ

Photos of the World’s Largest Private Jet: $400 Million Boeing 747-8i BBJ

The interior of one of the world’s largest private jets, a Boeing 747-8i, was designed by Cabinet Alberto Pinto. Owned by a Middle Eastern businessman, this BBJ 747-8i likely costs hundreds of millions of dollars. It took the design firm four years to finish designing and implementing the ultra-luxurious interior of the Boeing jet. This 747-8i Boeing Business Jet is a VIP-configured variant of the civilian jumbo plane and is the world’s largest private aircraft in active operation.

The dual-level jumbo jet takes private flying to the next level, serving as a flying palace capable of traversing time zones in luxury. Marketed to governments and the world’s elite, these giant jumbo planes come with hefty price tags, often costing hundreds of millions of dollars. For example, the US government paid about $325 million each for its specially modified presidential Boeing 747-200B aircraft, known as Air Force One.

Cabinet Alberto Pinto, a renowned French interior design firm, created the interior of a multi-million dollar BBJ 747-8i purchased for private use by a Middle Eastern businessman. The list price of the -8i model was around $400 million, as reported by Business Jet Traveler, but the actual sale cost was not disclosed. Explore the luxurious interior design of this flying mansion now.

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