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Corporations and the super-rich spend millions to turn private jets into palaces with everything from gold-plated plumbing to antiques.
Corporations and the super-rich spend millions to turn private jets into palaces with everything from gold-plated plumbing to antiques. (Globe) Globe

Pimp my plane

Corporations and the super-rich spend millions to turn private jets into palaces with everything from gold-plated plumbing to antiques

By Keith Reed
Globe Staff / May 2, 2005

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Forget first class. If you think spending a few hundred dollars for a worn-out leather seat, bottled water, and a few extra inches of legroom is luxury, then you don't know what luxury is. (Full article: 894 words)

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