WeWork's $60 million private jet is now on the market - see inside the ultra-luxurious Gulfstream G650ER
- WeWork's Gulfstream G650ER has been placed on the market for an unspecified price.
- The 16-seat ultra-luxurious aircraft was extensively used by Neumann, according to employees, and was a divisive symbol during the peak of WeWork's internal struggle between employees and management.
- The jet was highly customized by WeWork for Neumann and included a conference table and private bedrooms, according to its listing on AvBuyer.
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A Gulfstream G650ER that can be traced back to WeWork has appeared on the market for an unspecified price.
According to the aircraft listing website AvBuyer, the aircraft is one of less than 10 pre-owned G650ERs currently for sale, with WeWork only having the aircraft for just over a year before it listed.
Business Insider first reported that WeWork would be parting ways with the $60 million ultra-luxurious private jet in September amid scandals surrounding CEO Adam Neumann. Neumann used the plane extensively to crisscross the globe and would hold business meetings on the plane while also personalizing it for his family's use.
The plane eventually became a symbol of the lavish spending of Neumann that caused division within the company. Upon learning of the purchase, which debunked what WeWork employees had been told about company resources, employees soon began to gripe that the company was able to purchase the jet but not give them raises and bonuses.
Through the online listing doesn't list the aircraft's tail number, it does list its serial number, which matches up with a Gulfstream G650ER with tail number N1872 in the Federal Aviation Administration's aircraft registry. The aircraft's official owner is listed as Bank of Utah Trustee, but an FCC aircraft callsign search for N1872 reveals the license was for 1872 was issued to WeWork Management LLC.
WeWork declined to comment on the listing.
Gulfstream is a leader in private jet manufacturing with its iconic series of wide-cabin aircraft with the G650ER being one of Gulfstream's most luxurious aircraft to date.
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