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OPULENCE! A LOOK Inside The Luxurious Private Jet Of Saudi Prince Alwaleed Bin Talal’s (PHOTOS)

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Welcome to Airbus A380, a private jet that supercede all others.

Owned by Prince Alwaleed Bin Talal, the world’s biggest private jet otherwise known as the ‘flying palace’ is worth a trifling sum of $487 million.

On the throne: The Saudi prince had a specially designed central seat in the middle of a golden lounge with thick carpets and marble tops

According to reports, the Airbus A380 is the same plane used by Singapore Airlines and Emirates, which could seat 800 passengers and fly 8,000 miles before refueling.

The jet has a parking space for Bin Tahal Rolls Royce, a concert hall that could seat 10 people and with a grand piano, five master’s bedroom with king-sized beds and private bathrooms and showers and 20 smaller private rooms.

Tea or coffee, sir?  Inside the 14-seat dining room that oozes opulence and extravagance. Passengers fortunate enough to have made the cut enjoy their meals from a gold-rimmed table and from the comfort of huge leather reclining chairs. Don't fall asleep now!

There’s a main staircase as well as a private lift which connects Alwaleed’s master’s bedroom to the tarmac for easy entrance and exit, holographic monitors in the boardrooms and computer-monitored prayer mats in the prayer room that adjust automatically to face Mecca.

Other amenities include a Turkish bath and a well-being room with flat screen TVs on the wall and a giant screen on the floor to see the plane’s location.

Bin Tahal also owns a configured Boeing B747, Airbus A321, several yachts and more than 300 cars and one of them is the Mercedes SL600 supposedly equivalent to $ 4.8 million

Crazy but true!

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