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Boeing 747: This is how luxurious it looks in the world’s largest private jet

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The 747-8i Boeing Business Jet is currently the world’s largest private jet in active use.

The jumbo jet with two floors takes private air travel to the next level. A flying palace in which you couldn’t travel more luxuriously through time zones.

The Boeing Business Jets product line is based on Boeing’s commercial passenger aircraft and consists of VIP-configured versions of existing aircraft. Every Boeing currently in production, from the smallest 737 to the largest 747, has its own business jet variant.

While owning a private jet is an indicator of wealth, the Boeing 747-8i Business Jet is a distinctive status symbol usually reserved for state governments and a high-ranking elite. The machine is particularly popular in the Middle East. Countries such as Qatar, Kuwait, Turkey and the United Arab Emirates primarily use the 747-8i to transport their respective heads of state.

In the United States, the Air Force is currently developing a Boeing 747-8i business jet for the President of the United States. The machine is to serve as a replacement aircraft for the current Air Force One. The Air Force is one of the largest operators of Boeing’s business jets. The machines will be converted for use by the military to transport the country’s top officials.

The famous French interior design firm Cabinet Alberto Pinto was commissioned to take on the interior design of a Boeing 747-8i business jet that was acquired by a Middle Eastern businessman for private use. Take a look inside the BBJ 747-8i, currently the company’s largest aircraft.

This article was published by NewsABC.net in April 2020. It has now been reviewed and updated.

Boeing 747: This is how luxurious it looks in the world’s largest private jet

This article was published by NewsABC.net in April 2020. It has now been reviewed and updated.

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