Bugatti seen being loaded onto Emirates flight in unfathomable display of wealth

A flex on top of a flex.
  • A video of a black Bugatti being loaded onto an Emirates jet is going viral
  • As surprising as this may seem, this is not unheard of
  • Transporting a car by plane typically starts at $2,000 – $4,000 for domestic trips

Published on Mar 4, 2024 at 8:41PM (UTC+4)

Last updated on Mar 5, 2024 at 4:40PM (UTC+4)

Edited by Adam Gray

When somebody owns Bugatti, everybody already knows that person is rich.

But being able to load it onto an Emirates flight to fly it halfway across the globe?

That’s the ultimate flex.

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That’s what happened not long ago, when this black Bugatti, which appears to be a Veyron, was loaded onto an Emirates aircraft.

It sounds outrageous but, apparently, it is more common than we think.

The clip did the rounds on social media and it was also recently reposted by Historic Vids on X / Twitter.

People in the comments were quick to point out that this not particularly shocking, it seems.

“It’s a common thing in Dubai. A Bugatti on its way to London from Dubai for the summer in an Emirates A380,” said somebody in a comment.

The comment, shared by Hundred History on X, also included an image of the Bugatti supercar as airport workers were busy loading it onto the plane.

Even Tristan Tate, the younger brother of controversial influencer Andrew Tate, posted a comment.

“I’ve seen this for real. But I was in first. And it was mine,” Tate wrote.

At which point, an X account linked to the Tate brothers promptly shared images of said Bugatti on the plane.

Emirates’ Airbus is certainly large enough to accommodate plenty of cars as well as people.

This of course doesn’t only apply to aircraft made by Airbus, but also those made by Boeing.

Recently, an anonymous billionaire decided to convert a massive, 280-seat Boeing 787 into a private jet.

And the conversion showed just how large these planes can be.

So large, in fact, that this billionaire even managed to fit a gym in it.

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