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Saker S-1 Personal Jet
If you’ve ever wondered how much it would cost to get a personal jet of your very own, let’s just get the figure out of the way now: Seven million dollars. At least, that’s how much a Saker S-1 costs.
The Saker S-1 Personal Jet doesn’t require any special training beyond a standard pilot’s license to fly, and it can hit speeds of Mach .99, which makes this a quick way to get from your New York breakfast to your Los Angels dinner (I assume this is what people with private jets do all the time).
Interested? Head to the Saker Aircraft website here for more information. Happy flying, Captain.