Bombardier unveils its new $93 million jet that’s already sold out for years

THIS is the world’s biggest private jet, which costs a whopping $93 million and comes with a double bed, big screen TV and ensuite bathroom.

Bombardier’s new Global 7000 is the first jet to have four living sections — including dining and entertaining spaces, as well as a kitchen and suite for the plane’s crew, The Sun reports.

The 6.7 metre long aircraft, which has extra large windows and “aviation’s fastest in-flight internet”, has the capacity for 19 passengers to fly in the utmost luxury.

The Global 7000 is the latest in luxury flying, with four separate living compartments. Picture: Bombardier

The Global 7000 is the latest in luxury flying, with four separate living compartments. Picture: BombardierSource:Supplied

But even if you have a spare $93 million, you’ll have to wait as the stylish aircraft is sold out until 2021.

Aboard the top-of-the-range plane, six people can dine in comfort served from the “industry’s largest and most well-appointed galley”, while the master bedroom features a luxurious double bed and ensuite shower room.

The fancy bathroom. Picture: Bombardier

The fancy bathroom. Picture: BombardierSource:Supplied

The plane has a range of 13,700 nautical kilometres, meaning it can travel from New York to Mumbai or Sydney to San Francisco without having to stop.

It is also the largest business jet able to land at London’s central City Airport.

The Global 7000 is currently on show at the National Business Aviation Association conference and expo in Henderson, Nevada.

The bedroom on the plane is better than in most people’s homes. Picture: Bombardier

The bedroom on the plane is better than in most people’s homes. Picture: BombardierSource:Supplied

The dining space. Picture: Bombardier

The dining space. Picture: BombardierSource:Supplied

The sleek interior. Picture: Bombardier

The sleek interior. Picture: BombardierSource:Supplied

Living the luxury life. Picture: Bombardier

Living the luxury life. Picture: BombardierSource:Supplied

Bombardier's new Global 7000 jet. Picture: Bombardier

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