There isn’t anything that Donald Trump doesn’t own – but when it comes time to buying something used, there are a number of things that need to go into the product before Mr. Trump himself takes a seat. Such was the case with the used private jet that Trump Enterprises snapped up from Microsoft co-founder Paul Allen. The Boeing 757 was just an ordinary private jet before, but has since been transformed into a cabin of luxury – complete with flat screen TVs and gold leaf seatbelt buckles.
Trump, who doesn’t do anything simple, took it upon himself to renovate the $100 million private jet following his thrifty purchase, and has finally flown the beauty – landing it this week at New York’s LaGuardia Airport. The luxury doesn’t end at a dining room hosting crystal stemware, either; along with the private bedroom that comfortably sleeps Trump and his wife, there are his and hers closets and a private bathroom with circular shower and gold plated sink and faucets.
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Inside the main cabin, where Trump will inevitably take some time to work, Trump has positioned some cream leather couches, suede ceilings and wood paneling. Seating 23, the Trump plane doesn’t need much introduction when it’s coming down the runway in Palm Desert – along with the Trump brand taking over the interior, it also took the exterior under control with a 23 carat gold leaf TRUMP gracing the side of his new engine. It runs merely four feet in height, and 30 feet across.
The plane has been drawing attention more for its interior design than what the owner is going to do with it – no word yet on how much these renovations cost him.