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10 Of The Most Expensive Planes Flown By African Presidents (See Interior And Exterior Photos)

Flying is one of the most important means of transportation, and it is only important that every President of any African country or anywhere else in the world has access to a very convenient flying machine that offers luxury, security and boasts of world cla$$ communication equipments and other things. On top of moving faster and wasting less time, it’s easier to get work done in the air when you’re alone. Even in first or business cla$$, Ca$$ pointed out, it’s risky to have confidential conversations, because you don’t know who may be around.

10 Of The Most Expensive Planes Flown By African Presidents (See Interior And Exterior Photos)

So the next time you wonder why companies spend tens of millions to buy their own jets instead of putting employees on commercial fights, know that it’s not about creature comforts. It’s about saving time and money. This mild sunny evening we’re going to talk about the top 10 best presidential planes in Africa. Prepare for an interesting virtual journey inside and outside each one of the following magnificent aircrafts owned by African leaders.

10Angola President’s Plane (Embraer ERJ-135)

10 Of The Most Expensive Planes Flown By African Presidents (See Interior And Exterior Photos)

10 Of The Most Expensive Planes Flown By African Presidents (See Interior And Exterior Photos)

10 Of The Most Expensive Planes Flown By African Presidents (See Interior And Exterior Photos)

After the Embraer EMB-120 Brasilia crash in 2011, Angola’s president now flies in a more superior Embraer ERJ-135. The ERJ-135 COSTS ABOUT $16 million which is obviously a far cry from Nigeria presidents Boeing 737. What makes this plane superior however is its engine – 2 X Rolls_Royce which has a power of 7400 lbf. The plane has a maximum cruising speed of 834 km/h. The Embraer breed of airplanes is manufactured and assembled in Brazil.

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