Man owns unreal private jet villa made from a Boeing 737

  • A former Boeing 737 airliner, this plane is now a private jet villa
  • It is located in Bali, Indonesia
  • Among other things, it offers a wing/deck with amazing ocean views and a swimming pool

Published on Feb 13, 2024 at 5:51 PM (UTC+4)
by Alessandro Renesis

Last updated on Feb 14, 2024 at 2:00 PM (UTC+4)
Edited by Amelia Jean Hershman-Jones

This Boeing 737 airliner was converted into a private jet villa, and it looks absolutely terrific.

‘Parked’ in Bali, Indonesia, the Boeing 737 was a regular commercial airliner before being turned into a private jet villa.

Felix Demin, the owner of the private jet villa, gave us a tour in the clip you see above, and it looks tremendous.

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What makes this conversion even more enticing is the attention to detail.

The interior was overhauled and turned into a nice vacation home with a living room, a bedroom, a bathroom and a kitchen space.

But the best part about it is the wing.

The right wing of the plane was turned into a deck with some nice outdoor furniture to enjoy the ocean view.

And there’s more good news, because this private jet villa is actually available for rent.

As you can imagine, it also offers every amenity you expect from a luxury abode, including a swimming pool.

Amazingly, this isn’t the only example of a plane converted into an AirBnB style accommodation.

Others have done it, too.

Including a woman who’s opted for an even bigger plane, the 777, and she’s currently working to turn it into a similar AirBnB.

TikToker, Carly Cary, bought a decommissioned Boeing 777 in 2020 and is in the process of turning the former airliner into her dream home.

In the process, she’s discovered a secret compartment that most flyers have no idea exists.

In the video she takes viewers into the ‘crew rest room’.

“So crew rest is what you see in the orange, so normally this is covered by overhead binds and ceiling panels,” she said.

“And no one really knows it’s there. But flight attendants and crew members use this to sleep on really long flights.

“To get into the door it’s usually blocked by a keycode, but because this is a decommissioned plane and we can do whatever we want, we’ll just override that.

“Then you take out these steep stairs and you can see… there are bunks and seats and just kind of a relaxation area. Pretty cool.”

Cary was quick to warn her followers, though, reminding them not to enter the crew rest area.

“You’ll be detained and arrested. It could result in fines up to $250,000 and 20 years in prison.”


Alessandro Renesis

Experienced content creator with a strong focus on cars and watches. Alessandro penned the first-ever post on the Supercar Blondie website and covers cars, watches, yachts, real estate and crypto. Former DriveTribe writer, fixed gear bike owner, obsessed with ducks for some reason.