An Airbus A380 is the world’s most expensive private jet. The proud owner of this luxury private plane is the Billionaire Saudi prince Alwaleed bin Talal, who commissioned it in 2007 and splashed $500 million, along with astounding customizations.
Luxury double decker A380 can be called flying palace due to some of the most exquisite and one-off luxurious amenities. It feature an airborne garage, big enough to park his two top of the class Rolls Royce luxury sedans. Also, there is stable for horses and camels and even a hawk pen. But, the most striking feature of this world’s largest passenger airliner is a prayer room that has been designed to automatically rotate, so as to keep the room always faced towards the holy city of Mecca.
In March this year, the newest version of Boeings 747-8 Intercontinental, the Boeing 747-V.I.P, which has been heavily customized and can carry 460 passengers, was delivered to another Middle East customer, believed to be the emir of Qatar.