Top Celebrity Private Jets of the World
The Gulfstream has long been the choice of alpha males. Larry Ellison, Steve Jobbs, John Travolta and Mark Cuban are celebrity owners of Gulfstream jets. Gulfstream is not the only option to boast about for these jet lovers. Oprah Winfrey flies at the speed of sound in Canadian-made Bomabardier Global Express XRS - so does Cirque du Soleil and Celine Dion.
Harrison Ford is in love with his De Havilland Canada DHC-2 Beaver and Sydney Pollack cannot compromise with anyone regarding Citation X. Many Hollywood celebrities like Tom Hanks, Julia Roberts, Nicole Kidman and Jerry Seinfeld have customized their private jets to suit their needs.
Sergey Brin, Larry Page
Sergey Brin and Larry Page are co-founders of Google and they own a Boeing 767-200. They are making efforts to customize a Boeing 767-200 for the convenience of their private travel. After the resolution of some legal issues with the designer, Google One will have state rooms for Larry, Sergey, CEO Eric Schmidt and fifty other people.
Larry Ellison flies from Malibu and Atherton to his native land of Japan by Gulfstream V Larry that is worthy 41 millions dollars. In 2001, he fell into a legal tiff with the authorities of the San Jose International Airport for his late night landings.
Mark Cuban purchased his private jet online in 1999 for his personal use. He secured a place in the Guinness Book for making “the largest single e-commerce transaction”.
As the owner of a Bombardier Global Express XRS jet, Oprah Winfrey comes next to Steven Spielberg and Bill Gates. Her production company HARPO purchased the jet made in Canada. With a leathery interior, the Canadian jet has nine seats in total.
86 Boeing Business Jets are currently in service for a majestic ride. This titanic jet features master bedrooms, banquet rooms and fully equipped bathrooms. Rupert Murdoch uses his jet while flying from one of his homes to another in New York, Beijing, Hawaii and Lanai.
John Travolta simply loves to fly his Boeing 707-138. The customized Boeing 707 that he acquired is a mark of his promotion as an honorary pilot of Qantas. With the Australian soccer team, he flew to Germany by this jet for the World Cup in 2006.