10 most EXPENSIVE AIRPLANES! LUXURY private JETS and BILLION expensive aircraft $$$ You Must see it!

The 10 most luxury private jets, the most expensive airplanes and military aircraft in the World. Costly and extravagant jets with gold, crystal and diamonds everywere: some people don't have limit! Airbus A380: the world's largest and most expensive passenger airliner (US$ 428 million). B-2 Spirit "Stealth Bomber": the most expensive aircraft in the World, having a total procurement costs equivalent to US$ 1,4 billion (approx.) nowadays.

The 10 most expensive airplanes in the World of the whole history:

- Antonov An-225: a russian cargo aircraft, powered by six turbofan engines; tt is the longest and heaviest airplane ever built

- P-8A Poseidon: a military aircraft developed for the United States Navy (modified from the 737-800ERX)

- Boeing 787 Dreamliner: a long-range twin-engine jet airliner

- Galaxy c5: a large military transport aircraft

- Airbus A350: a family of long-range, twin-engine jet airliners

- Boeing 747: a wide-body commercial jet airliner and cargo aircraft, often referred to by its original nickname "Jumbo Jet"
US$ 379 million for the 747-8F model
Some billionaires, like the chinese business man Joseph Lau and the Sultan of Brunei, have converted the Boeing 747 into a private jet with gold, crystal and diamonds everywere, increasing the cost to half A billion US$
The Air Force One remains undoubtedly the most expensive Boeing 747: in the early 1990s the cost was an estimated 330 Million US$, which is around 600 Million US$ by today’s standards after inflation

- Boeing 777: a family of long-range twin-engine jet airliners

- Airbus A380: a double-deck, four-engine jet airliner; it is the world's largest passenger airliner
US$ 428 million for the A380-800 model
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The most expensive private jet ever made belongs to Prince Alwaleed bin Talal of Saudi Arabia that converted an Airbus A380 into a castle in the sky, with three garages, a room for hawks and a SPA: the perfect gift for Christmas if you are a billionaire!

- Hughes H-4 Hercules, also known as the "Spruce Goose": a military transport aircraft designed to be used during World War II

- B-2 Spirit, also known as the "Stealth Bomber": an American heavy strategic bomber designed for penetrating dense anti-aircraft defenses (originally designed during the Cold War, but has been used in Afghanistan, Iraq and Serbia) having a total procurement costs averaged US$ 929 million per aircraft in 2000, equivalent to US$ 1,4 billion (approx.) nowadays

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Boeing 747-481 with a golden glow: courtesy of Mark Ralph from www.airliners.net/photo/All-Nippon-Airways/Boeing-747-481/0932137/L

A special thank to LEJ.approach (dvldi)

Some of the videos and images are under CC license and listed in "Source videos - View attributions" and below:
- AirCanada Boeing 787 Landing: skymountain from videvo.net/video/ac-boeing-787-landing/4116
- 747 Singapore Airlines First Class: Richard Moross from flickr.com/photos/richardmoross
- Boeing 777-200 landing (second clip): Mike P. from flickr.com/photos/ncmichael2k3
- Airbus A380 aerobatics (second clip): Julian Tysoe from flickr.com/photos/kradlum
- Airbus A380 Emirates First Class: Michael Rehfeldt from flickr.com/photos/ipjmike
- Hughes H-4 Hercules "Spruce Goose": Clemens Vasters from flickr.com/photos/clemensv


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