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InPics: $600m Boeing 747-8 converted into the ultimate private jet

US firm Greenpoint Technologies has transformed a Boeing super jumbo for an unnamed customer.

InPics: $600m Boeing 747-8 converted into the ultimate private jet
The UK’s Daily Mail newspaper reported that US firm Greenpoint Technologies had completed an estimated $246m transformation of a Boeing 747-8 for an unnamed private customer. The 747-8 can carry 450 passengers, and has cabin dimensions of 20ft by 200m.The plane normally sells for around $354m, according to list prices, making this particular plane worth about $600m if the cost of the interior work was added to the price. Although no photos of the plane were released by the firm, these digital renderings from its website show what it was hoping to achieve by creating a restaurant, dining room, master and guest bedrooms, two large lounge areas and office space inside the plane. Image credit: Greenpoint Technologies. www.greenpnt.com/
InPics: $600m Boeing 747-8 converted into the ultimate private jet
The UK’s Daily Mail newspaper reported that US firm Greenpoint Technologies had completed an estimated $246m transformation of a Boeing 747-8 for an unnamed private customer. The 747-8 can carry 450 passengers, and has cabin dimensions of 20ft by 200m.The plane normally sells for around $354m, according to list prices, making this particular plane worth about $600m if the cost of the interior work was added to the price. Although no photos of the plane were released by the firm, these digital renderings from its website show what it was hoping to achieve by creating a restaurant, dining room, master and guest bedrooms, two large lounge areas and office space inside the plane. Image credit: Greenpoint Technologies. www.greenpnt.com/
InPics: $600m Boeing 747-8 converted into the ultimate private jet
The UK’s Daily Mail newspaper reported that US firm Greenpoint Technologies had completed an estimated $246m transformation of a Boeing 747-8 for an unnamed private customer. The 747-8 can carry 450 passengers, and has cabin dimensions of 20ft by 200m.The plane normally sells for around $354m, according to list prices, making this particular plane worth about $600m if the cost of the interior work was added to the price. Although no photos of the plane were released by the firm, these digital renderings from its website show what it was hoping to achieve by creating a restaurant, dining room, master and guest bedrooms, two large lounge areas and office space inside the plane. Image credit: Greenpoint Technologies. www.greenpnt.com/
InPics: $600m Boeing 747-8 converted into the ultimate private jet
The UK’s Daily Mail newspaper reported that US firm Greenpoint Technologies had completed an estimated $246m transformation of a Boeing 747-8 for an unnamed private customer. The 747-8 can carry 450 passengers, and has cabin dimensions of 20ft by 200m.The plane normally sells for around $354m, according to list prices, making this particular plane worth about $600m if the cost of the interior work was added to the price. Although no photos of the plane were released by the firm, these digital renderings from its website show what it was hoping to achieve by creating a restaurant, dining room, master and guest bedrooms, two large lounge areas and office space inside the plane. Image credit: Greenpoint Technologies. www.greenpnt.com/
InPics: $600m Boeing 747-8 converted into the ultimate private jet
The UK’s Daily Mail newspaper reported that US firm Greenpoint Technologies had completed an estimated $246m transformation of a Boeing 747-8 for an unnamed private customer. The 747-8 can carry 450 passengers, and has cabin dimensions of 20ft by 200m.The plane normally sells for around $354m, according to list prices, making this particular plane worth about $600m if the cost of the interior work was added to the price. Although no photos of the plane were released by the firm, these digital renderings from its website show what it was hoping to achieve by creating a restaurant, dining room, master and guest bedrooms, two large lounge areas and office space inside the plane. Image credit: Greenpoint Technologies. www.greenpnt.com/
InPics: $600m Boeing 747-8 converted into the ultimate private jet
The UK’s Daily Mail newspaper reported that US firm Greenpoint Technologies had completed an estimated $246m transformation of a Boeing 747-8 for an unnamed private customer. The 747-8 can carry 450 passengers, and has cabin dimensions of 20ft by 200m.The plane normally sells for around $354m, according to list prices, making this particular plane worth about $600m if the cost of the interior work was added to the price. Although no photos of the plane were released by the firm, these digital renderings from its website show what it was hoping to achieve by creating a restaurant, dining room, master and guest bedrooms, two large lounge areas and office space inside the plane. Image credit: Greenpoint Technologies. www.greenpnt.com/
InPics: $600m Boeing 747-8 converted into the ultimate private jet
The Aeroloft, meanwhile, provides private sleeping berths located above the main deck in the aft section of the Boeing 747-8. The Aeroloft is installed with custom designed interior furnishings and a forward entry staircase. Image credit: Greenpoint Technologies. www.greenpnt.com/
InPics: $600m Boeing 747-8 converted into the ultimate private jet
The Aeroloft, meanwhile, provides private sleeping berths located above the main deck in the aft section of the Boeing 747-8. The Aeroloft is installed with custom designed interior furnishings and a forward entry staircase. Image credit: Greenpoint Technologies. www.greenpnt.com/
InPics: $600m Boeing 747-8 converted into the ultimate private jet
The Aeroloft, meanwhile, provides private sleeping berths located above the main deck in the aft section of the Boeing 747-8. The Aeroloft is installed with custom designed interior furnishings and a forward entry staircase. Image credit: Greenpoint Technologies. www.greenpnt.com/
InPics: $600m Boeing 747-8 converted into the ultimate private jet
The UK’s Daily Mail newspaper reported that US firm Greenpoint Technologies had completed an estimated $246m transformation of a Boeing 747-8 for an unnamed private customer. The 747-8 can carry 450 passengers, and has cabin dimensions of 20ft by 200m.The plane normally sells for around $354m, according to list prices, making this particular plane worth about $600m if the cost of the interior work was added to the price. Although no photos of the plane were released by the firm, these digital renderings from its website show what it was hoping to achieve by creating a restaurant, dining room, master and guest bedrooms, two large lounge areas and office space inside the plane. Image credit: Greenpoint Technologies. www.greenpnt.com/