Travolta is perhaps the most well-known and accomplished celeb pilot. The actor owns SEVEN planes, including a Boeing 707, Bombardier Challenger 601, Boeing 727 and three Gulfstream jets.
Oprah, Celine Dion, and Steven Spielberg
These members of entertainment industry royalty each own a Bombardier Global Express XRS, which sells for a cool $42 million.
The G4 is favorite of the private jet crowd, costing $36 million.
Cuban’s big Boeing cost him $144.1 million, but that’s pocket change for the Shark, and it’s just one of his planes.
The formerly unstoppable golfer jets from course to course on his Gulfstream G550, which sells for $53.5 million.
After the Don was elected President, would Air Force One was a step up from his $95.8 million dollar Boeing 757…
The 680 costs $18 million and can hold 12 passengers.
The comedian loves his Gulfstream V, reportedly costing $59 million.
Air Force One has evolved over the years, but the current one is a Boeing 747-200B with a price tag of $390 million.
The Russian billionaire and owner the English soccer team, Chelsea FC, has a customized Boeing 767, he calls “The Bandit.”
The actor loves flying so much that he lives in a community in Florida dedicated solely to pilots, and has a private runway right in front of his house. He has his jets parked in his driveway!
Travolta has personally flown over 35,000 miles and loves putting his pilot skills to good use. He has donated flights to various charitable organizations, and in 2010, helped Oprah fly her entire studio audience to Australia for an all-expenses-paid vacation.
Harrison Fordvia @flap152/Twitter
Ford himself is a pilot, not just of the Millennium Falcon or Air Force One, but of his 2009 Cessna 680 Sovereign jet, which is among his eight total planes.
Harrison Fordvia @LosAngelesBests/Twitter
Recently Ford had to do an emergency crash landing in his WWII-era plane. Being an experienced pilot, he was able to steer the aircraft out of harm’s way and put it down on a golf course. No one was hurt, and Ford was able to walk away from the crash. He’s a true, American Badass.
Up next: a funny guy you’d never expect to only fly private…
Jim Carreyvia @ClayLacy/Twitter
The G5 is extremely fast and can hold up to 16 passengers.
Jim CarreyPhoto by Kevin Winter/Getty Images
Rumor has it that Carrey loves his plane so much that it must also appear in any movie he’s in that features footage of a plane.
Our next celeb might have to trade in his own private wings for something a bit more presidential…
Donald Trumpvia @awarofdreams/Twitter
Air Trump has a double bed, spacious lounge with sofas, gold accents and even a marble bathroom.
Donald Trumpvia @kc8ysl/Twitter
Of course, just so no one forgets whose plane it is, Trump’s name is everywhere on it, from the exterior to the pillows and cushions throughout which are embossed with the mogul’s crest.
Tom Cruisevia @B16703_maimero/Twitter
It’s no surprise that the notoriously private Cruise has a private plane: a Gulfstream IV.
Tom Cruisevia @bizjet101/Twitter
Tom’s jet has room for two pilots and 19 passengers. Perfect for him to fly around all his Scientology buddies.
Oprah, Celine Dion, and Steven SpielbergVia @flyUltimateAir/Twitter
The long-range jet has a spacious all-leather interior, and can comfortably fit anywhere from eight to 14 passengers.
Oprah, Celine Dion, and Steven Spielberg
Able to travel for up to 16 hours without requiring refueling, the XRS also has a bathroom and galley complete with luxurious designer fixtures.
The G550 is known for its luxury design, great light and views, from its iconic, Gulfstream wide oval windows along with a built-in restroom and wardrobes.
Although Tiger has had to leave a lot of tournaments earlier than he’d have liked, he can relax knowing the G550 can comfortably fit him and 17 mistresses…umm passengers…
The $83.6 million dollar plane is equipped with a 30-seat dining room; boardroom, master bedrooms, luxury bathrooms with showers and a spacious living room.
The Bandit features include chestnut interiors and even elements of gold peppered throughout the décor, and even its paint job cost $76,000.
The billionaire investor and owner of the Dallas Mavericks will fly his team around on his Boeing 767-200 any day. He even had the seats modified so the tall players would fit more comfortably.
Always one for the spotlight, Cuban appeared in the ‘Entourage’ movie with his “smaller” Gulfstream, and is very generous with letting his friends use his planes.
The President of The United States of America
Of course the most famous private jet on Earth would make the list. Air Force One technically is owned by the American people, but President Obama, his family, and staff are currently the users of the “White House on Wings.”
Obviously, many of the specs of Air Force One are classified, but it really is supposed to be a home and office away from the White House for the First Family and staff. The Presidential Suite has beds, a shower, a vanity, a double sink and a private office.
Saudi Prince Al Waleed Bin Talal Al Saud
The Saudi prince has the largest and most expensive private jet in the world, priced at $487 million.
The “Flying Palace” has parking for The Prince’s Rolls-Royce, a Turkish bath, and a concert hall containing a grand piano.
Among its other features, the Palace has a “wellbeing room” that has display screen floor showing the ground beneath the plane, and five luxurious private quarters.