While most of us consider a day without long airport queues a successful travel day, these celebrities are travelling in the height of style.
From Donald Trump's private Boeing 757, reportedly worth almost $100million (£65.6million), to actor John Travolta's fleet of aircraft - not to mention two private runways attached to his Florida home - these stars have taken their love of aviation to new levels.
'Private jet travel is understandably popular amongst high profile celebrities, ' Adam Twidell, CEO of PrivateFly, tells MailOnline.
'It’s all about flexibility and discretion - you choose when to fly; drive up to the aircraft just before take-off; and have the cabin to yourself.'
Here, we look at the most stunning private planes - and their well-known owners - to see just what million (or £55, 000, 000) can really buy.
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A pilot himself, actor Harrison Ford owns several planes, including a Cessna 680 Sovereign jet (pictured)
The Cessna 680 is estimated to be worth about $18 million and holds a maximum of 12 passengers
Model: Cessna 680
Estimated Cost: $18, 000, 000 (£11, 800, 000)
The 72-year-old actor has long been active in aviation. As a qualified pilot, Ford owns a total of eight planes, among them this Cessna 680 Sovereign, a long-range jet. The green plane has nine seats, with a maximum capacity of 12, and is considered a transcontinental aircraft, reaching speeds of 527 mph (848 km/h) and an elevation of 47, 000 ft (14, 000 m).
'Flying is like good music, ' the Star Wars star told The Mail on Sunday in 2010. 'It elevates the spirit and it's an exhilarating freedom.'
'I love the machines, I love the aviation community, ' he added. 'I used to own aeroplanes and have pilots flying them for me, but I finally realised they were having more fun than I was.'
Russian billionaire, and owner of Chelsea Football Club, Roman Abramovich owns a customised Boeing 767
The paint job alone for his $80 million aircraft costs a staggering $76, 000 (approximately £50, 000)
Model: Boeing 767-300
Estimated Cost: $83, 600, 000 (£55, 000, 000)
The sky's the limit for the Russian billionaire, who also owns the Chelsea Football Club. After all, the paint job alone for his stunning aircraft costs £50, 000.
The magnificent jet has the same air missile avoidance system as the Air Force One, plus room for 30 seated dining guests on board.
'In an airline configuration it can seat 350, but the private jet version includes exceptional high spec VIP luxury interiors, with options such as 30-seat dining room; boardroom, master bedrooms, luxury bathrooms with showers; and spacious living room, ' PrivateFly's Twidell explains.
Other luxury features include chestnut interiors and even elements of gold peppered throughout the decor.