London, June 5 (ANI): Plans of building the largest private jet in the world at a cost of 300 million pounds have been unveiled.
The "flying palace", which boasts of a Turkish bath steam room, a boardroom and garage for its owner's Rolls-Royce, will be complete with its own concert hall.
The customised 240ft-long Airbus 380 Superjumbo is expected to be snapped up by mega-rich Arabs, reports The Sun.
Besides having a concert hall, the jet will have a stage, a baby grand piano and seating for ten people.
Builders Design Q expect to deliver the first plane in three years. (ANI)