- The Gulfstream G200 jet is just one of the 250 ever manufactured
- The plane is quite roomy as it can accommodate between eight to 10 passengers
- Ronaldo acquired the aircraft in 2015 when he was still playing for Real Madrid
Cristiano Ronaldo was recently left stranded in Madeira, Portugal, after his private jet was reportedly grounded in Madrid.
Ronaldo had been in quarantine with his partner Georgina Rodriguez and his family following the global outbreak of coronavirus pandemic.
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But with his plane stuck in Spain over travel restrictions in the country, the Portuguese star had to seek alternatives to fly to Turin, Italy.
SunSport reports Ronaldo bought the Gulfstream G200 twin-engine jet when he was still at Real Madrid for a whopping $24.5 million.
And it could be worth every penny spent - at least if its incredible features are anything to go by.
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Previously named the Astra Galaxy, the jet has an impressive top speed of 560mph - meaning it can take Ronaldo an average of just six hours and 25 minutes to fly from Portugal to Italy.
The G200 is quite roomy as it can accommodate between eight to 10 passengers - enough space for Ronaldo's family of five.
The limited edition of the Gulfstream also has a wardrobe where Cristiano can store his stuff, WiFi connection, and a fax machine.
The kitchen area has an electric oven, microwave, refrigerator, and a separate entertainment system.
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Meanwhile, the five-time Ballon d'Or winner has since left Portugal for Italy where he is expected to link up with his Juventus teammates.
The former Real Madrid star will, however, have to complete a 14-day quarantine period before he is allowed to integrate with the rest of the squad.
Italy's Serie A 2019/20 campaign is set for a possible restart having previously been halted due to COVID-19.
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