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The Mighty Gulfstream G650: the private jet every billionaire wants.

With a top speed of 611 mph and the ability to fly from New York to Beijing non-stop, the $64.5m jet is the ultimate status symbol.

The world's fastest and largest private jet was launched in December 2012, but it still has a four-year waiting list. Its popularity stems from its many special features, which include luxury seating for 18 passengers and higher cabin pressure to reduce jet lag.

Owners of the $64.5m jet include fashion designer Ralph Lauren and Lord of the Rings director, Peter Jackson.

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The Gulfstream G650 Putting Millionaires on a Wait List

July 29 (Bloomberg) — Daniel Jennings, sales and acquisitions president at The Private Jet Company, talks with Betty Liu about the resale value of the Gulfstream G650 and the process of matching billionaire clients with the perfect aircraft to fit their needs. He speaks on “In The Loop.”

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Was NetJets Purchase a Mistake for Warren Buffett?

June 1 — Lawrence Cunningham, author of “Berkshire Beyond Buffett,” discusses the departure of NetJets Chief Executive Officer Jordan Hansell and the changes in the executive suite since Buffett purchased the company. He speaks on “Bloomberg Markets.”

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How the Uber of Private Jets Is Winning Over Celebrities and CEOs

April 20 — Why fly first class when you can book your own private plane? XOJET, the private jet company backed by TPG Capital, can take you across the U.S. faster than a commercial flight and its service is on demand. The company keeps client names secret, but social media posts from Instagram and Twitter reveal a few of them, including celebrities The Rock and DJ Tiesto. Bloomberg's Ramy Inocencio takes a private tour over Manhattan with XOJET CEO Brad Stewart.

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Bombardier Jets: Meet the Man Who Paid $1 Billion for Them

June 19 (Bloomberg) — Private jet travel is flying high despite the downturn, but not all travelers get to take their transport home. Jet charter companies like VistaJet are growing ever larger. Bloomberg catches up with its CEO, Thomas Fleur, who completed a transaction on June 18 for up to 40 new Bombardier Challenger 350 planes, worth approximately $1 billion.
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The World’s Biggest, Fastest, Priciest Private Jet

Nov. 19 (Bloomberg) — The Dubai Air Show has seen record orders for new planes. Bloomberg's Elliott Gotkine got a look inside the show's premier private jet: the Gulfstream G-650. It's the biggest, fastest and most expensive worldwide. (Source: Bloomberg)

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