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In 1970, Hugh Hefner bought the "Mansion in the Sky," a $5.5mm USD private plane for himself and star-studded passengers. Frank Sinatra, of course. Elvis Presley. Even Cher. And though the "Big Bunny" has been out of commission for nearly 50 years, an upscaled modern version (save Hugh's private cabin with water bed) is hitting the skies once again. 

The glossy black, bespoke Bombardier BD-700-1A10 wears the original Big Bunny's N950PB tail number and is outfitted with all kinds of custom elements led by upholstery in microsuede, crushed velvet, and cognac-dyed crocodile-embossed leather. Pure 70s glamor, more or less.

A rotating fine art collection shakes things up, while the SkyTheater cinema provides premium entertainment. Decadent dining is also a focus—note the three-tiered seafood tower and pop-up bar outfitted with custom hand-blown Asp & Hand glassware.