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  • Senator Manny Pacquiao bought a second hand helicopter at P18 million
  • Chavit Singson also has his own private jet which he uses in his many business trips
  • Other celebrities who own private jets are Gretchen Barretto and Willie Revillame

Helicopters and airplanes are really, really expensive but there are some celebrities who don’t bother over the price of having luxury travels and bought their very own private aircrafts.

Here are some of the celebrities with their whopping multi-million pesos private jets:

Senator Manny ‘Pacman’ Pacquiao

The boxing champ and Senator of the Philippines, Manny Pacquiao bought in 2012 a 5-seater, second-hand Bell Jet Ranger helicopter.

Photo: @Bren Evagelio
Photo:@Bren Evangelio

Senator Pacquiao said in an interview that he bought his fancy chopper as a gift for himself which costs P18 million, as disclosed by ABS-CBN News.

He had previously used the chopper to visit the citizens in areas in Saranggani which are hard to reach when he was still the congressman of the said province.

Luis ‘Chavit’ Singson

The LCS Group of Companies President and Chairman Luis “Chavit” Singson has his very own Boeing 737.

Singson lent his aircraft, which he frequently uses for business trips, for the Miss Universe 2016’s pre-pageant activities which was hosted in the Philippines in January 2017.

In December of the same year, Miss Universe 2017 candidates also rode on the private jet on their way back to Manila after a visit to Bohol and Camiguin.

Thank you @missuniverse @frontrowphoff & @tourism_phl for an incredible trip! Salamat to all the wonderful people we have met on this journey ?? I’ve fallen in love with you Philippines ?? #bringhomeafriend #bhaf2 #frontrowuniverse #Ilovefrontrow

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LCS Group was the main sponsor of the pageant when it held its 65th edition in the country.

Gretchen Barretto

Gretchen posted on Instagram in January 2017 appearing to travel via her very own private jet for a business trip to Taiwan.

See you in a bit Taiwan ??

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She wrote as her caption: “wearing brown & a touch of orange, year of the Dog here… good luck colors for a good business deal… golden south sea pearls to ward off not so good luck, I was told #jewelmer”

??????wearing brown & a touch of orange , year of the Dog here? good luck colors for a good business deal ? golden south sea pearls to ward off not so good luck, I was told #jewelmer ?

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It hasn’t been confirmed yet whether the jet is owned by Gretchen and her longtime partner, businessman Tonyboy Cojuangco. But the many private-jet trips of Gretchen clearly show she has easy access to the luxury plane.

Willie Revillame

Willie has his very own Dornier 328 aircraft which he reportedly bought in 2011 at a cost of 200 million pesos.

The 30-seater aircraft was featured in a local magazine wherein Willie gave a tour in his fancy private plane.

Capt. Manuel Rivero said in an interview with YES! magazine that Willie’s private jet has traveled to Vigan, Naga, Coron, Bacolod, Aklan, Cebu, and Tacloban.

Image via YES! magazine

International pop superstar Justin Bieber borrowed Revillame’s aircraft in 2013 when he went to Tacloban to visit survivors and Typhoon Yolanda.

Willie’s private jet is also being rented by business tycoons for about Php500,000 per round trip.

Source :

PEP, Instagram, ABS-CBN News, Instagram, Magzter

This article has been viewed 2183 times. Article originally posted: March 4, 2018, 6:12 am (UTC-0). Last update: March 4, 2018 at 6:12 am (UTC-0).

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