Inside Of the $607 Million Flying Mansion (Boeing 747) Belonging to a Mystery Billionaire

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The inside of an unknown billionaire’s boeing 747 was recently disclosed and as expected it shows nothing short of absolute extravagance. To whoever the billionaire is, what is good about life without finding sheer comfort? His inner flying mansion exudes luxury, filled with the finer things in life, that brings pleasures so freely and easily that one could say without a hint of sarcasm that the mystery billionaire is the kind that views living without luxury as enduring a day without sunshine. The billionaire made out time to endow his jet with wealth and luxury giving the jet a sense of exoticism, wonder, and magic.

With these extraordinary images showing how an enormous jumbo jet has been converted into a luxury home for a mystery billionaire – complete with bedrooms, multiple lounges and an onboard restaurant, you will agree with me that the owner has a stylish personality devoted to luxury and pleasure.

The custom-built Boeing 747 is said to have cost its super-wealthy owner £400 million after it was converted to a luxury home to fit his specifications exactly more than a three-year period.

Normally, the jumbo jet would take as many as 600 passengers but this particular version was built for just a single wealthy somebody. Though he will be able to dine with dozens of guests in his huge dining room where meals cooked in an adjoining kitchen room with a lounge and ‘state room’ at the back of the plane are served if he so wishes.

More sleeping space is provided in the ‘aeroloft’ on the top deck of the vessel, with eight full beds for passengers who prefer to get some shut-eye on flights.

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This is how the jet looks like when viewed from the outside. It is a Boeing 747-8 and can carry up to 600 passengers. So the luxury interior you are about to see has been built inside a Boeing 747-8 similar to this one.

Inside Of the $607 million Flying Mansion (Boeing 747) Belonging to a Mystery BillionaireInside Of the $607 million Flying Mansion (Boeing 747) Belonging to a Mystery Billionaire

For passengers who prefer to sleep out their eyes, more sleeping space is made available in the ‘aeroloft’ on the top deck of the vessel, with eight full beds. The master bedroom of the £400million plane has a big bed as well as an armchair and sofa for when the owner needs to relax his nerves.

Inside Of the $607 million Flying Mansion (Boeing 747) Belonging- Mystery Billionaire

The conference room of the plane could be just the right space for business meetings taking place high up in the sky with its long table in the centre. Exotic right? Yea, I know.

Inside Of the $607 million Flying Mansion (Boeing 747) Belonging to a Mystery Billionaire

This is just where the owner can take his chill pill. The lounge decor is exactly like a luxury hotel, but having its true location inside a plane similar to those used by commercial airlines.

Inside Of the $607 million Flying Mansion (Boeing 747) Belonging to a Mystery Billionaire

Admit it, you haven’t seen anything like this before. Anyway, the jumbo jet is one of the most extravagant private planes ever constructed, with the price tag believed to have cost its owner a total of £400million.

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