The largest private jet in the world also has the most stunning interior

It's like a palace in the sky for its über-wealthy owner.
  • The 747-8i Boeing Business Jet is the largest private jet in the world
  • The 420-square meter, dual-level aircraft is the pinnacle of luxury air travel
  • It has a range of around 7,700 nautical miles (14,260 km)

Published on Apr 22, 2024 at 12:00AM (UTC+4)

Last updated on May 9, 2024 at 6:39PM (UTC+4)

Edited by Alessandro Renesis

It may look like a relatively normal Jumbo Jet, but what you’re looking at here is the world’s largest private jet.

It’s huge, but what truly makes it incredible are its stunning interiors.

The 420-square meter, dual-level aircraft is a 747-8i Boeing Business Jet (BBJ) – and it’s the absolute pinnacle of luxury air travel.

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The owner of the jet asked French interior design specialist, Cabinet Alberto Pinto, to create the interior – and it doesn’t disappoint.

Step aboard and it’s hard to forget you’re on the largest private jet in the world and not a sprawling palatial estate.

With a range of around 7,700 nautical miles (14,260 km), the BBJ 747-8i can cover long distances to almost every major city globally with ease.

The spacious two levels are divided into ornate suites, staterooms, lounges, dining rooms, passenger seating areas and bathrooms.

In the very nose of the aircraft, the private master bedroom is quiet and far from the Rolls-Royce turbine engines.

Forget struggling to get shut eye in transit – a normal-size bed means you’re guaranteed a good rest.

The main suite also comes with touchscreen-controlled lights, bedside tables, a walk-in shower and single vanity complete with a full mirror and sink meaning you can step off the plane ready to go.

The rest of the 19 passengers and crew members can also get the sleep they need as there’s no shortage of rooms, and each room features a walk-in shower and wardrobe space too.

After all, we shouldn’t forget the aircraft is big enough to carry 400 passengers.

The art-filled main foyer divides the master bedroom from the rest of the aircraft and houses the staircase to the upper deck and a couch.

Inside the 747’s iconic hump sits a living space featuring lit-from-within bookshelves and a high-definition flat screen television.

Should the owner need to work en-route, the plane also has a private office space featuring adjustable reclining leather chairs and entertainment systems.

We’ve talked about all kinds of private jets, from the ones by celebrities such Cristiano Ronaldo and Taylor Swift, to the one Saudi Arabia used to transport soccer players to the country.

But this one trumps most of them.

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