Pictures: Saudi Prince Alwaleed's $400 Million Custom Plane with Turkish Spa, Concert Hall, Rolls Royce Parking

| by Michael Allen

Saudi prince and billionaire Prince Alwaleed bin Talal al-Saud has bought a custom-built private jet dubbed the 'Flying Palace,' which will include a Turkish spa, concert hall and a place to park his Rolls Royce.

The modified Airbus 380 has a 10,000 square foot interior making it the world's largest airliner. The plane has been designed to carry 600 passengers a distance of 8,000 miles at speeds up to 647 mph.

Prince Alwaleed bin Talal al-Saud will soon be delivered the Airbus 380, which will be customized by Design Q, a British firm.

The plane will have five luxury suites, which will include king-size beds, entertainment systems and a prayer room with computer-generated prayer mats that always face Mecca.

More accessories will include: dazzling main spiral staircase, elevator, steam room, well-being room with a giant screen on the floor to allowing guests to see what they are flying over and a full size boardroom.






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