This is the world’s biggest private jet and it’s probably bigger than your house

The world's largest airliner was converted into a private jet.
  • The world’s largest private jet is based on the world’s largest airliner, the Boeing 747-8
  • A ‘normal’ Boeing 747-8 has enough space to accommodate 450+ passengers
  • This private Boeing has two floors, a master suite and several guest suites

Published on Dec 8, 2023 at 4:58PM (UTC+4)

Last updated on Dec 19, 2023 at 6:46PM (UTC+4)

Edited by Amelia Jean Hershman-Jones
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This is the world’s biggest private jet, coming in with a golden staircase and a master suite that’s larger than most 5-star hotel rooms.

And it even has a fitting name, they call it the ‘Flying Mansion’.

READ MORE: Inside the $78 Million private jet that’s owned by Elon Musk, Cristiano Ronaldo and Jeff Bezos

Most private jets are based on smaller aircraft that are regularly used by celebrities and the world’s top CEOs.

But this is something else.

For starters, it is based on a Boeing 747-8, which is an airliner some of us may have used to fly economy last time we went on holiday.

Except, in this case, there’s nothing even remotely ‘economical’ about this aircraft.

It also happens to be the world’s largest commercial airliner, and Cabinet Alberto Pinto, the design firm behind this project, was determined to use every available inch of it.

The interior of the Boeing 747, which can accommodate up to 450 passengers, was completely redesigned to maximize the available space.

The master suite features a massive king size bed, and it’s adorned with gold trim and of course an en-suite bathroom.

The plane also features a variety of living areas and dining rooms, along with more bedrooms for other guests.

This being a two-story airplane, it obviously needed a suitable way to go from upstairs to downstairs and the designer has really thought of everything.

The staircase is made of gold.

Designed for a billionaire in the Middle East, this is even more luxurious than the private airliner some soccer players used to fly to Saudi Arabia during the last transfer market.

And, more importantly, it even trumps the eight-figure jets that Cristiano Ronaldo and Jeff Bezos use.

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