Inside Donald Trump's $100 Million Private Boeing 757
On January 20, 2017, Donald Trump will take office as the 45th American President, having won the American Presidency Elections on November 8, 2016.
But before he jumps off his private jet and jumps into the Air Force One, let us take another (last) look at his Boeing 757 which he bought in 2011 from Microsoft co-founder, Paul Allen.
Powered by Rolls-Royce RB211 engines, Donald Trump‘s private Boeing 757-200 is dubbed Trump Force One and takes off higher on luxurious quotient than many private jets.
Unlike a regular Boeing 757 which can carry capacity up to 200 people, trump’s Boeing 757 is configured to carry 43 people only.
The master bedroom designed with a queen-size bed for Mr. Trump is dressed with gold silk on the walls. In total, the plane is equipped with two exquisitely furnished bedrooms.
Donald Trump with daughter, Ivanka Marie Trump. The plane's headrests and pillows are embroidered with the Trump family crest.
Opulence flows from the 24-karat gold-plated shower and sink fitted in the master bathroom. Not even a five-star hotel can boast of this feature.
Luxurious features include a wood-paneled galley, first-class sleeper area with oversize light-colored leather seats, dining area, main lounge with a 57-inch television screen, state-of-the-art sound system, toilet seats reupholstered with Edelman leather and guest bedroom with a full-size bed.
In fact, virtually every fixture in the plane is 24-karat-gold plated, even the seat belts! Yes, you heard right. The seats have personal entertainment systems and convert into flat beds.