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Old June 29th, 2012, 06:00 PM   #1
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MISC | A "f**king" plane for becoming a father

Seriously - not my headline:
http://perezhilton.com/2012-06-21-be...y#.T-wbhFLfM4K

A Challenger 850. Which, to remind you, is a pimped CRJ200.

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"The Bombardier Challenger 850 has a flash interior including a cream leather living room, a kitchen, a bedroom and two bathrooms… Beyoncé thought this would be the perfect way to show Jay how much of a great dad he is."
A bedroom. Since they probably do **** (for one, she somehow conceived, for another, she is married to him) and the plane contains a suitable bedroom, that Challenger 850 is clearly a "*******" plane.

Does this Challenger come with Gama infant seat/s?
http://www.ainonline.com/aviation-ne...t-bizav-market

The cost of a Challenger 850 (MTOW 24 t, range 5200 km) is US$ 32 million without customization and near US$ 40 million with it.

Which plane would you ask for yourself for ******* and impregnating a pretty woman? At US$ 40 million?

In similar range, there are some smaller but longer ranged frames, too. Like Challenger 600 (price around US$ 25 million, MTOW 19 t, range 6200 km) and Falcon 900 (price around US$ 36 millions, MTOW 21 t, range 7400 km).

If you operate 1 stand-up cabin jet in the household, who would you prefer to be the owner? Yourself or your wife?

Would you like to operate 2 or more stand-up cabin jets in your family?
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40 mil? Cheaper than I expected, and they definitely can afford it.
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Old June 29th, 2012, 11:16 PM   #3
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The problem with planes is that they do not work as an investment. They cost heaps to maintain and consume ungodly amounts of fuel. Even if they rented out the plane for charter services whenever they were not using it, I doubt they could make any kind of profit.
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Old June 30th, 2012, 12:13 AM   #4
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Jay Z probably isnt expecting to make money off the plane. His concerts and albums sales is 100x more than what it costs to maintain and use the plane. He can afford it.
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Bombardier Challenger 350 Business Jet, Canada

Challenger 350 is a mid-size business jet developed by Bombardier Aerospace. The aircraft was launched at the European Business Aviation Conference and Exhibition (EBACE) in Geneva, Switzerland, in May 2013.

The aircraft made its first flight in March 2013 and received the full type certification from the US FAA and Transport Canada in June 2014. The European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) certification was granted to the aircraft in September 2014.
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Challenger 350 is a mid-size business jet developed by Bombardier Aerospace. The aircraft was launched at the European Business Aviation Conference and Exhibition (EBACE) in Geneva, Switzerland, in May 2013.

The aircraft made its first flight in March 2013 and received the full type certification from the US FAA and Transport Canada in June 2014. The European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) certification was granted to the aircraft in September 2014.
And it´s a rather less spacious and comfortable plane to make babies in.
The cabin of Challenger 850:
http://businessaircraft.bombardier.c...riorNotebook_1
is 14,7 m long including galley, toilet and luggage room, and 249 cm wide. Standard seating 15.
The cabin of Challenger 350:
http://businessaircraft.bombardier.c...riorNotebook_1
is just 8,7 m long and 219 cm wide. Standard seating 8...9
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