Private Jets owned by Indian Billionaires

The most influential people of our country are fond of bounteous belongings which can be observed from the luxurious assets they have their hands on. These gentlemen own extravagant private jets as a crown-jewel.

Lakshmi Mittal- ArcelorMittal

Lakshmi Mittal

Captain of Steel Industry, Lakshmi Mittal, travels to three countries in a day in his Gulfstream G550 which is considered as Rolls-Royce of private jets. The airship caters eight passengers at a time whilst can reach to the speed of 675 miles per hour. Additionally, it is equipped with military-style “heads-up” display technology that allows pilots to take their eyes off the control panel.

Atul Punj- Punj Lloyd

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Atul Punj, a global business tycoon and Chairman of Punj Lloyd Group has a private jet that can accommodate two beds, shower facility and an ostentatious living room, a Gulfstream IV. The craft has an aerodynamically and structurally improved wing with 30 per cent fewer parts, for a $ 2 billion worthy entrepreneur.

Vijay Mallya- Kingfisher Airlines

Vijay Mallya.jpgAlcohol King, Vijay Mallya , owner of Kingfisher Airlines has reserved incomparable A319 ACJ for himself for which he gave away whopping $40 million just for retro-fitting and fireproofing upholstery. The sumptuous plane is designed to welcome 24 people on board and fly to US or UK with a single refueling halt. Apart from A319 ACJ, Mallya also acquires a GulfStream, a Hawker and a Boeing 727, a model which is also used by French and Brazilian state heads.

Gautam Singhania-  Raymond Group

 Gautam Singhania.jpgGautam Singhania, chairman of Raymond Group, is renowned for his passion towards fast cars, lavish yachts, nightclubs and jets. He possesses a Challenger business jet and a helicopter which is designed by International aircraft interior designer Eric Roth, who has given exquisite interiors to Singhania’s private jet. An advanced Collins ProLine IV EFIS avionics system with colour displays, and enhanced fuel tankage are intrinsic to Challenger’s aspects.

KP Singh- DLF Group

 KP Singh.jpgThe VIP of Real estate industry, KP Singh of DLF Group acquires a Gulfstream IV of utmost characteristics as it implicates Rolls-Royce Tay turbofans which take care of less fuel consumption and noise pollution.

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