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10 African Presidents With The Most Expensive Private Jets

Original sentence : It’s no marvel that top world leaders and tycoons of the sector tour through personal jet and highly-priced plane. Most of them have a whole fleet of aircraft at their disposal and the cost of the fleet may match as high as tens of millions of dollars.

Here, we have put forward a listing of ten of the maximum pricey aircrafts utilized by African leaders.

10. Angola’s presidential jet (Embraer ERJ-135)

According to reviews, this aircraft value within the area of $ 16 million. It capabilities a 2 x Rolls Royce engine that has a strength of 7400 lbf. The plane has a maximum cruising pace of 834 km/h. In 2015, the Angolan president ordered a Bombardier inc Globa 6000 jet which reportedly costs approximately $60 million.


9. South Africa Presidential Plane (C130)

The South African president’s C130 aircraft offers superior overall performance with a wide range of flexibility for each theater of operations and requirements of the embellished chief. Although the aircraft is specifically meant for flying in harsh environments, South African government love it due to the fact as they say “It keeps the president equipped for subsequent project and for anything destiny holds”.


8. Kenya’s presidential jet (Fokker 70)

The president of Kenya Uhuru Kenyatta flies a customized Fokker 70. The plane has the capacity to seat just 25 passengers.

According to reports, the plane  changed into received lower back in 1995. This was just two years after its manufacture and costs about $20 million. This gasoline- efficient jet boasts a cruising speed of up to 845 km/h.


7. Ghana’s presidential jet (Falcon 900 Ex Easy)

According to record, the presidential jet of Ghana changed into acquired in 2010 value $37 million. This three-engine supersonic jet can live airborne for thirteen hours.

The sixteen-seater Falcon 900 EX EASY jet is used by the presidency and senior government officers on country wide and international assignments. Its cruising pace is 950 kilometres according to hour and it may max out at zero.87 Mach speed.


6. Egypt’s presidential aircraft (AirBus A340)

The Egyptian president flies an Airbus A340. The aircraft capabilities army security protection to maintain the president safe on air. The high-priced plane has a wingspan of sixty three. 45 meters (over 200 feet) and is seventy five meters long ( round 246 feet).



five. Algeria’s presidential aircraft (A340-500)

The government of Algeria operated an Airbus A340-500 in 2015. This colossal personal jet runs on four engines and is custom designed to cater to the presidents luxury wishes. It has a private bedroom, a completely geared up bathe room and super finish. It can final airborne for up to fourteen hours.


 4. Nigeria’s presidential jet (Boeing 737)

The Nigerian president flies a Boeing 737 known as Eagle One and is marked NAF-001. It incorporates a master suite, washrooms and showers, a convention and dining region, and a residing vicinity. It is reportedly large than 3 home airlines combined. The plane can spend 12 hours within the air, overlaying round eleven,480 km, or 6, two hundred nautical miles. While usually, the fee of this aircraft is around $seventy eight. Three million, customized presidential Boeing 737 charges no longer less than $ 100 million.


 3. Zimbabwe’s presidential jet (Boeing 767)

The president of Zimbabwe flies Boeing 767 that could fly 858 km/h and is said to be one of the maximum luxurious on Africa’s soil. It has plush interiors that make it fit for royalty and reportedly price approximately $ four hundred million.


2. Libya’s presidential jet (A340)

The government of Libya operated an Airbus A340- 2 hundred and a Dassault Falcon 900EX in 2015. The A340- two hundred is typically known as Afriqiyah One and has pricey rooms, bedroom, showers, DVD players and a private kitchen. This aircraft boasts four engines and two magnificence cabin configuration with an 850 km/h max velocity. It reportedly price an predicted $411 million.


1. Morocco King’s aircraft (Boeing 747- 400)

The King of Morocco flies a Boeing 747 which reportedly costs approximately $450 million. The plane can accommodate 660 passengers and a 4-engine wide- body format for an unparalleled flying enjoy. The aircraft has  decks, the principle deck and the top deck. The main deck has meeting rooms, a non-public cinema corridor and a spacious play location even as the upper deck has pool tables and five personal sleeping rooms.


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