The Boeing Business Jet, or BBJ, as it's known, is the plane that makes you say, "I have arrived." A commercial plane of this size seats 149 people, but as a private jet, it seats 23 partygoers. There are lounge spaces, bedrooms — it's like a gentlemen's club with wings. Think about it like this: drink cart vs. wet bar, fingers crossed for emergency exit row vs. king-size bed, People Magazine vs. drop-down flat screen. It costs about $75 million. It's very popular for Wall Street entertaining practices – which I've been on for the Super Bowl, Bahamas, LA, Vegas and Sundance. But the most customized jet I've ever taken was to South Beach. The car service drove us right out onto the tarmac. The only thing missing was a red carpet. Inside the plane, the leather chairs reclined. There was a couch and a coffee table. An oriental rug covering the floor, and recessed lighting gave the space a muted glow. The kitchen galley looked bigger than most apartments in New York City. And nobody told me to put my tray table in the upright position.
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