Although it’s not a new concept — in fact one that Seattle-based Boeing has been doing since the ’90s — it’s still interesting to see just how lavish luxury traveling can be. Boeing has been gutting out their 787s and replacing the space with entertainment and leisure facilities all due to an increase in demand from an influx of billionaires from countries such as Russia, China, and the Middle East. The focus on its private jet branch has seen the company deliver 195 jets from a total of 217 orders, with one jet costing around $280 million USD. The process of owning a private jumbo jet like the ones featured here starts off with buying an empty plane, then installing the likes of master suites, full-sized bathrooms and couches for days — easy. Check the images above to see how Boeing has transformed their jets into mobile VIP living spaces.
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