Chelsea owner, Roman Abramovich, is without doubt one of the wealthiest businessmen in the world.
Prosperity of his investments have seen him lead a stylish and affluent lifestyle, amassing a collection of extravagant possessions.
His incredibly modified Boeing 767-33A ER aircraft is one of the vast properties owned by the Russian oligarch.
Briefly.co.za gives you an inside view of the customised jet nicknamed "Bandit."
The substantially modified aircraft is currently based at the Harrods Aviation facility at London Stansted airport.
Purchased close to 15 years ago, Abramovich interceded to offer it a stunning facelift, fit for a president to earn it the "Bandit" tag.
The "Bandit" has an estimated value of KSh 30 billion (£240 million) and was acquired after Hawaiian Airlines' resolved to cancel their order.
The carrier boasts of a lavish interior decor, with a sophisticated security system to meet the standards of Air Force One.
A banquet hall which can seat 30 people has also been installed alongside an office, a double bed room and a kitchen complete with gold fittings.
Precious metals and fine woods have been used inside to give the white, grey and brown-stripped aircraft a more stylish interior.
The 767-33A ER is part of Abramovich's fleet of three aircrafts with an estimated value of £500 million.
Meanwhile, Briefly.co.za previously reported that British billionaire, Sir Jim Ratcliffe, has has reportedly held talks over a possible takeover of Chelsea football club.
According to a UK Metro, Ratcliffe, who is Britain's richest man is exploring the possibility of replacing Abramovich as club chief.
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