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Largest business jet has reportedly been put on sale by Qatar government’s Amiri Flight

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Krista Kuznecova
Country: Qatar Aircraft: Airplanes

The world’s largest business jet – Boeing 747-8i – has reportedly been put on sale by the Qatar government’s Amiri Flight.

Qatar was the first to order the jet – now marketed by Boeing as the BBJ 747-8 back in 2012 and spent nearly three years having its interior completed in Germany,

Potential buyers are being directed to Switzerland’s AMAC The undisclosed price tag for the aircraft will be somewhere around $350 million although some media is suggesting as much as $500million.

VQ-BSK, which has been operated for the Doha royal family since 2015 has accumulated just 436 flight hours on its 200 cycles.  It will carry 76 passengers and 18 crew members.

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