Born as Nicolas Coppola, the actor, director, and producer has had a long career that spans from 1982. He has seen many box office successes and has won numerous awards throughout his career.
Nicolas purchased for himself a lavish Gulfstream G550 in order to make his career a little less hectic. The jet cost him a whopping $30 million! It can cross 7,301 nautical miles in 14 hours, allowing the actor to keep up with his busy schedule. The interior is also impressive so we can understand why the jet cost so much money. We hope this means that Nicolas has made it through his financial troubles.
Cristiano Ronaldo – Aya London,$54K Per Month
Cristiano Ronaldo is a Portuguese professional football player who is often regarded as the best player in the world and one of the best of all time. He is a prolific goalscorer who recently scored another Ballon d’Or award. He was ranked the highest-paid athlete in 2016 and 2017 and has made a staggering $450 million throughout his career.
While money is of no stress to him, he did get in trouble with the law for evading taxes and had to pay a hefty fine. Regardless, Cristiano is still enjoying with his girlfriend, Georgina Rodriguez, and their children. For $54K per month, they can take to the seas on their Aya London Yacht and spend time in privacy, basking in the sun. With Ronaldo’s bank account, he can clearly enjoy what he wants and live a life of luxury.
Michael Bloomberg – Mooney Bravo, Estimated $169K
While Michael Bloomberg is the 11th richest person in the world, that doesn’t change the humble guy that he is. He is part of The Giving Pledge, whereby billionaires pledge to give away at least half of their wealth. Unlike many other stars on this list, he owns a pretty simple $169K Mooney Bravo. While he does have other aircraft, he loves this one the most. And the former Mayor of New York City is a certified commercial pilot himself.
When he’s not in the air, Bloomberg is a dedicated environmentalist and philanthropist. While a lot of us struggle to make ends meet every month, others like Bloomberg have 13 properties around the world and donate half of their money to charity.
Joyce Meyer – Gulfstream G-IV, Estimated $10 Million
Joyce Meyer is a Christian Charismatic author and speaker who encourages others to adopt the Christian religion. Meyer has had quite a successful career and reaps the benefits of her popularity by living a very luxurious life. But she is often the subject of criticism due to her excessive lifestyle, i.e. owning several homes around the world and a private jet.
Her private jet allows her to travel all around the world for her tours and humanitarian projects, so we support that cause. And what better way to get from continent to continent so that she can easily spread Christianity wherever she goes? A Gulfstream G-IV but of course! But with no mortgage debts, it has led to investigations into her organization of tax-exempt.
Wayne Huizenga – de Havilland Canada DHC-6 Twin Otter, Estimated $7 Million
Wayne Huizenga was a businessman and entrepreneur who founded a number of businesses like Blockbuster Video, AutoNation, and Waste Management, Inc. Besides finding three Fortune 500 companies, he was the owner or co-owner of the Miami Dolphins, the Florida Panthers, and the Florida Marlins.
Wayne was in the stock market for years and was responsible for six New York Stock Exchange-listed corporations. Before Wayne passed away in March 2018, he lived a life of opulence. He owned this $7-million aircraft, de Havilland Canada DHC-6 Twin Otter, a purchase which clearly didn’t hurt his nearly $3 billion bank account.