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Jatinho particular supersônico deve fazer primeiro voo daqui a seis anos

Ataque e reconhecimento tático com o helicóptero turco T129 ATAK

Plano Brasil – Ataque e reconhecimento tático com o helicóptero turco ATAK

WEB LUXO - HOTÉIS DE LUXO: Hotelicopter, o hotel helicóptero 5 estrelas

WEB LUXO - HOTÉIS DE LUXO: Hotelicopter, o hotel helicóptero 5 estrelas

2ª tenente, Vitória Bernal, tem seis anos de militarismo e pilota helicóptero de guerra (Foto: Ísis Capistrano/ G1)

'Segredo é dedicação', diz 1ª mulher a pilotar helicóptero de ataque no Brasil

2ª tenente, Vitória Bernal, tem seis anos de militarismo e pilota helicóptero de guerra (Foto: Ísis Capistrano/ G1)

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Glossário do luxo: veja oitenta grifes do segmento de alto padrão

Grife - Luxo - AgustaWestland - helicóptero_2167

Gorgeous interior for a private Jet

Not my fantasy, but then I'm not an African dictator with a private jet. Photo one of many by Nick Gleis // train car?

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Hey, Sean, don’t you agree that commercial airline travel kind of sucks? That’s why I own my own plane. - A Luxury Life For You

Gulfstream IV Cost: $35 million Owner: KP Singh The first of three Gulfstreams on this list is owned by Indian real estate baron KP Singh. This one was built from 1985 to 2003, has a range of about 4,800 miles, and a top speed of 580 mph. Oh, and two beds, a shower, and a “luxury” living space—though I’d say that pretty much any “living space” that is used at 35,000 feet out to be considered “luxury.”

Gulfstream IV Cost: $35 million Owner: KP Singh The first of three Gulfstreams on this list is owned by Indian real estate baron KP Singh. This one was built from 1985 to 2003, has a range of about 4,800 miles, and a top speed of 580 mph. Oh, and two beds, a shower, and a “luxury” living space—though I’d say that pretty much any “living space” that is used at 35,000 feet out to be considered “luxury.”

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