Private jets are a staple for the super-rich . But Russian-Israeli billionaire Roman Abramovich, best known as the owner of the English Premier League football club, Chelsea FC, is all set to sell his luxury ride – the private Boeing 767-300ER (registered P4-MES). Yes, that’s right! Meet Cristiano Ronaldo’s girlfriend and baby mama, Georgina Rodriguez Known as “Bandit” for the black stripes painted around the cockpit windows that resemble a black mask, the private jet is highly touted within the aviation enthusiast community. It was initially built for Hawaiian Airlines and was set to join their fleet in June 2003 as N595HA. However, after the airline cancelled its order, Abramovich bought it instead. The ex-passenger plane was then converted into a business jet that is nothing short of uber-luxurious. Inside the fabulous life of Indian billionaire Nita Ambani In addition to the standard amenities, it comes with anti-missile systems similar to those used on the United States’ presidential transport VC-25s – military versions of the Boeing 747-200B that are more popularly known as Air Force One , according to Gate Checked. View this post on Instagram A post shared by RICH KIDS OF LONDON (@richkidslondon) The luxe aircraft, which can seat up to 34 passengers, has chestnut furniture and panels with gold-plated trim. Its rooms include a master and three guest bedrooms, a master and two guest bathrooms, a dining room, living room, library/study, galley area and pantry, crew and staff rest areas. Oh, and it has Ka-band Wi-Fi. How Lee Young-ae became one of Korea’s highest-paid actresses Functionally, too, P4-MES is still practically brand-new, logging a mere 7,080 hours of flight time and 1,954 operation cycles after its official entry into service in February 2007. It was designed by Andrew Winch, a famous English yacht designer based in Barnes, London, and is currently operated by private air charter company Global Jet Luxembourg (formerly known as Silver Arrows). It is now being offered on sale for an estimated starting price of US$100 million as Abramovich has welcomed a new Boeing 787-8 Dreamliner. This article originally appeared on Luxurylaunches Want more stories like this? Sign up here. Follow STYLE on Facebook , Instagram , YouTube and Twitter .