I hate flying and I think the media is to blame— they show news about how deadly diseases spread in airplanes. There are also documentaries about how unsafe some planes are. Then, there are those other documentaries about the wealthy folks of the world and how their private jets have their own interior designer. I’ve made an agreement with myself that the next time I’m flying, I’m taking a private jet. At least the only problem I’d have then is the jet lag. And no more heavy baggage to lug around— if I can afford to take a private jet, I can afford futuristic luggage with electronic wheels, but that’s just me looking too much into the future. So for now, I guess I’ll have to learn how to swim in order to reach a far away place— or buy a drone that can carry me wherever!
The economy class is a dangerous ordeal because there’s always an 80% chance of you going insane. Crying babies, unidentified germs, toilets that make you feel claustrophobic, and terrible food. Business and first class have way better facilities, and private jets have the creme de la creme of everything. No lines at security? Check. Catered food? Check. More leg room? Check. No seat mate who will judge you for binge watching “Keeping Up With The Kardashians” during the entire flight? Check. It also helps that private jets look nicer than most people’s homes.
Flying coach can already be expensive, but if you really want to burn all of your cold hard cash, getting your own private jet is the ideal. Here are the 10 most expensive jets in the world, to help you start with your plane shopping.
#10 – Challenger 600 ($5 Million)
Hmm, I’m not that sure about the salaries of other writers, but I’m quite wide-eyed over author, Joyce Meyer’s ability to purchase one of these bad boys. The Challenger 600 looks like the older, much cooler brother of a Ferrari. She actually bought a Gulfstream IV to replace this expensive jet that cost her million. I ain’t no hater, but Joyce— teach me your ways!
Potential Travel Destination: Jerusalem or Bethlehem. If you’re an author of spiritual books, it’s only fitting if you travel to The Holy Land. Then again, it might be better if you fly coach this time.
#9 – Hawker 4000 ($22 Million)
Now, Sergio Garcia is speaking my language! The Spanish professional golfer bought this jet for $22 million dollars, and uses it mostly to travel to and from his tournaments. Sergio said that his jet lets him get to his destination safely, quickly, and well rested. I have similar goals when traveling to my grandparents’ for the holidays. I don’t wanna look and feel like a chewed up piece of gum after an expensive plane ride.
Potential Travel Destination: Well, a Spaniard owns this private jet, so why not take it around Europe? It’s the most luxurious continent in the world, and it’s high time you enjoyed it by country-hopping on a jet fueled by diamonds and champagne.More:
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