World’s Biggest Private Jet Sold

Alwaleed Sells Airbus A380

Prince Alwaleed Bin Talal Al-Saud, the world’s 15th-richest person, sold his Airbus A380 jet plane four years ago. According to Shadi Sanbar, chief financial officer of the billionaire’s Kingdom Holdings Co.. the Prince used the proceeds from the sale to expand his investments in Saudi Arabia and the greater Middle East. The prince, however, still owns a 747. Even though the Saudi Prince no longer has his own private jet, that doesn’t mean that you shouldn’t still strive to fly with luxury yourself. And, the best part is, you can! By using an app like Jettly, you can find the private ride that suits you the best, and live lavish on the way to your desired destination. There are loads of different companies out there that you can use, you just have to find the right one for you. You can visit site here to give you a better idea of what a private flight company would look like.

Alwaleed bought the plane, which is manufactured by Toulouse, France-based Airbus SAS, in 2007. The list price of an A380 was $319 million at the time. Airbus announced Alwaleed’s purchase at the 2007 Dubai Air Show. The billionaire allowed the company to name him as the first private jet customer of an A380, which is 239-feet long and can seat as many as 853 passengers when used for commercial flights, according to Airbus’ website.

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