CHELSEA owner Roman Abramovich owns a fleet of fantastic planes.
But the jewel in its collection of private planes is a custom Boeing 767-33A ER nicknamed “The Bandit” worth £ 66 million.
The Russian oligarch bought it in 2004 – just a year after taking over the kingdoms at Stamford Bridge – when Hawaiian Airlines canceled its order for the plane.
And he keeps “The Bandit” at Harrods Aviation at Stansted airport, whenever he needs it.
But what’s so special about Roman’s wings?
As you can imagine, it is practically a palace in the sky.
There is a splendid on-board banquet room with space for up to 30 guests for wine and dinner.
A kitchen, an office and a bedroom with a double bed have also been installed on board.
The interior is made of precious metals and precious wood, including chestnut and gold finishes.
It is suitable for a man worth around £ 12 billion.
SAFE AS AIR FORCE ONE
When you are one of the richest men in the world, you will always have concerns about your safety.
That’s why “The Bandit” has the same security system as Air Force One, which carries U.S. President Donald Trump.
With a cost of approximately 1.5 million pounds, there is an anti-ballistic system on board designed to counteract any ballistic missiles launched on the plane.
So, like Air Force, it is the safest and safest plane on the planet.
THE BEST OF THE REST
Although Roman favors The Bandit, he can choose the one he flies to – with a fleet of three to use.
It has two other Boeings: a 767-300 (£ 55 million) and a 767-700 (£ 60 million).
Again, they have conference rooms and bedrooms, but they’re not as hi-tech as “The Bandit”.
That said, they are still so luxurious – even with gold finishes in all their interiors.
Roman certainly knows how to pamper himself.
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