As a result of feeling cramped, Cristiano Ronaldo has put his $24 million private jet on sale

As a result of feeling cramped, Cristiano Ronaldo has put his $24 million private jet on sale

We are living in a time of terrorizing inflation and recession fears, which have sent the stock market and crypto prices into a free fall. In spite of this, the richest billionaires and celebrities on the planet aren't inclined to adopt austerity just yet; some are upgrading their private jets. We learned a few weeks ago that Elon Musk has ordered a new G700 business jet to replace his Gulfstream G650ER. In addition, soccer star Cristiano Ronaldo is also looking to upgrade his private jet because it is too small. Manchester United star has listed his $24 million Gulfstream G200 private jet for sale, according to The Sun.

Ronaldo purchased the aircraft in 2015 and has used it ever since. Initially introduced in 1991, the twin-engine business jet lasted until 2011 before being replaced by the G280. As a result of the aircraft's configuration, it can accommodate up to 10 passengers inside the cabin. The aircraft's range is around 3400 nautical miles (3910 miles) and its top speed is 528 mph. Often, the 37-year-old uses the jet for holidays, flying off to exotic locations with his partner Georgina Rodriguez and kids. The aircraft is also rented out for anywhere from $6000 to $10000 an hour when Ronaldo isn't using it.

Ronaldo's G200 features all the necessary luxury amenities, including Wi-Fi, a telephone, a fax machine, an electric oven, microwave, refrigerator, and an entertainment system. As of now, there's no official word on what will replace Ronaldo's Gulfstream G200. Due to his desire to replace it with something bigger, the Gulfstream G700 may be one of his top choices. Ronaldo's next private jet may be the new Bombardier Global 8000, which has a Mach 0.94 top speed and an 8000nm range.

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