Top 5 Most Expensive Corporate Jets
These are the 6 most expensive corporate jet. Price of these flying palaces are run in to many million dollars, these extremely expensive private jets are constructed mainly for very rich personalities.
6. Gulfstream V-SP – $45 million.
The Gulfstream V formerly known as the Gulfstream V SP is a most expensive corporate jet by Gulfstream Aerospace. The Gulstream V-SP is used by the US military as well but it is known as the C-37A. The Gulfstream V was one of the first “ultra-long range” (nearly 6,000 nautical miles) business aircraft. Gulfstream V-SP capable of carrying up to 16 people in standard seating configurations. The unit price is estimated to be $45 million.
5. Bombardier Global Express XRS – $47.7 million
The Bombardier Global Express is an ultra long range corporate jet and most expensive corporate jet produced by Bombardier Aerospace. The Global Express features an advanced all new supercritical wing with a 35° sweep and winglets, plus a new T-tail. The aircraft is powered by two BMW RollsRoyce BR-710 turbofans with FADEC.
4. Boeing Business Jet 2 (BBJ2) – 55.5 million
Boeing Business Jet 2 launched in 1999, BBJ2 is derived from the 737-800 airframe design, which provides improved performance in terms of higher range and speed, lower noise levels and lower emissions than previous members of the Boeing 737 family. American Corporation General Electric got together with Boeing Commercial Airplanes producingthis most expensive corporate jet.
3. Gulfstream G550 – $59.9 million
Gulfstream G550 business jet is one of the most expensive corporate jet in the world made by General Dynamics, Gulfstream Aerospace unit is located in Savannah, Georgia. Depending on the configuration, the G550 can accommodate 14 to 18 passengers. Even with the sleek design and outstanding safety features, the most outstanding aspect of the G550 is its versatility.
2. Gulfstream G650 – $69.9 million
New model will become Gulfstream’s largest, fastest and most expensive corporate jet when it enters the market and it will cost about $10 million more than Gulfstream G550.
1. Boeing Business Jet 3 (BBJ3) – $86 million
Boeing Business Jet 3 (BBJ3) is a new, larger business jet based on the Boeing Next-Generation 737-900ER (Extended Range), originally known as the 737-900X in the BBJ family, arriving after the BBJ2. The BBJ 3 has 1,120 square feet (104 square meters) of floor space, this business jet has 89% more luggage space and 35% more interior space over that of the BBJ2 and allows a direct non-stop flight of up to 5,435 nautical miles (10,066 km). The aircraft is configured with a long-range, auxiliary fuel system, which can have up to eight auxiliary fuel tanks holding maximum of 41,511l of fuel. This most expensive corporate jet cost around $86 million.