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Trump bought it in 2011 for 0 million (£76 million), or so he claimed at the time. The Boeing 757-200 was previously owned by Paul Allen, the Microsoft co-founder.Under Trump’s refit, it also has a ‘sky cinema’ with a 57in screen TV and a sitting room completely lined in walnut veneer.So he had to make do with this, his customised Boeing 747.The seating area includes a throne from which he conducts meetings. He’s probably dreaming of using this jet right now to escape his current predicament – he’s been arrested in an anti-corruption crackdown.She says people with that amount to spend invariably want gold, marble and leather –and plenty of gimmicks. Private jets, once only the preserve of Marvel Comics supervillains or royalty, are becoming ever more popular, as the wealth of the global elite continues to accumulate.Pictured: Lewis Hamilton's private jet But Lewis Hamilton, who took delivery of it in 2013, has ensured it is customised so it adequately reflects his image.The seatbelt buckles also have 24-carat gold plating But, for many, it was the jet itself that raised eyebrows: a £16.5 million red Bombardier Challenger 650 with ten seats, a top speed of 540mph and with his initials embroidered into the black leather upholstery.

Pictured: Hamilton's jet Trump Force One, as this aircraft was inevitably nicknamed, became a key part of Donald Trump’s successful bid for the White House.

The interior includes black leather seats with his initials sewn into the leather.

There is also a bar, lots of plasma screens and a pull-out bed for those long transatlantic flights.

Take the Airbus A340 bought by a member of a Middle Eastern royal family and fitted out by designer Celia Sawyer.

She won’t name the family but she did describe ‘a spectacular gold living room, with a runway down the middle to the bar, flanked by gold sofas, with the best leather. Fitting out a jet that in normal circumstances can fit 377 passengers cost a stratospheric £30 million, included fixtures, fittings and labour – and her fee, of course.

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