Airbus, the commercial airline manufacturer, has spread its wings quite literally with the ultra-long-range Airbus A319 Corporate Jetliner (A319CJ). It’s certainly a winning formula: a tried and tested aircraft that marries all the benefits of a commercial jet—performance, endurance, and speed—with the convenience, security, and VIP trappings of a luxury corporate jet. Equipped with four fuel tanks and the most technically advanced navigation systems in the industry, the A319 has a range of 6,800 miles. While the commercial A319 jet can seat up to 300, the extravagant, retrofitted Airbus rendition can be configured to accommodate between 18 and 30 passengers. Most custom cabins showcase swanky living rooms and/or bedrooms, enclosed office spaces, and multiple bathrooms equipped with showers. If you’ve got it, flaunt it. Prince Alwaleed bin Talal Al Saud’s rather pricey Airbus ($500 million) features a two-car garage, stables for his camels and horses, and a rotating prayer room.