This is essentially a collection of all my favorite airplanes. I would get these as a private jet fleet if I somehow got millions and millions of dollars. Hey, everyone has their dream home!
The Airbus A380 is my favorite plane ever. It is so huge and magnificient! It is a true engineering wonder. This would be my aircraft of choice for traveling. It is a truly expensive beast, though. It costs about $440 million to buy in the first place, and then about $23,000 per hour to fly. Sadly, due to lack of orders, the A380 has been discontinued by Airbus.
I have been working on a concept livery for my aircraft, and I first tried it on the A380. See it below!
The Boeing 747 is probably my second favorite plane. Sadly, Boeing also just recently pulled the plug on the 747. And of course, the variant I would use is the largest, the -8. The 747-8 is a massive flying machine. I would use it for much the same reasons as the A380.
Below is my concept custom livery!
The Airbus A350-1000 is a really freaking cool airplane. It is being tested by Airbus to be fully autonomous! It is a carbon fiber airplane, making it incredibly light. I love the Airbus A350's winglets and it's nose. It is such a sleek airplane. I chose the -1000 variant, like the 747-8, because it is the largest. Overall, the Airbus A350 is an awesome plane.
Below is my concept livery for the A350!
The Airbus A320 is an incredibly versatile airplane. It actually recently overtook the Boeing 737 in orders and deliveries. This plane would get me to the smallest and remote airports, like the ones near where I live. This airplane, like the A350 and A380, is incredibly smart. By that, I mean that it is full of great computers!
Below is my concept livery for the A320!
Flightradar24 is a really awesome app and website that tracks live air traffic all over the world. Ever wondered what that plane flying over your head is? Where it is going? Wonder no more!
Flight Aware is almost exactly like Flightradar24, just with a slightly different interface. As an added bonus though, It shows my small hometown airport.