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Luka Doncic Reportedly Spent €150,000 on Private Flight to Slovenia


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Luka Doncic rented a private plane that brought him from Dallas to Ljubljana. According to Kurir, the flight cost the Slovenian star around 150,000 euros.

Luka Doncic finished the NBA season much earlier than he expected, so he decided to spend the Easter holidays at home.

Since the Dallas Mavericks failed to qualify for the NBA playoffs, the Slovenian star decided to return to his native Ljubljana and for that purpose, he rented a private plane.

According to Kurir, he arrived in the capital of Slovenia on a “Gulfstream G650” aircraft that only the richest people can afford. The price of this luxury plane is 60,000,000 euros, and there are only 200 such planes in the world.

Renting this plane, more specifically, an hour per flight costs 15,500 euros, so it is easy to calculate how much money Luka had to pay for the flight home. It is about 10,700 kilometers from Dallas to Ljubljana – or about nine and a half hours of flight. In translation, Luka Doncic cashed out around 150,000 euros for coming home.

Although the amount sounds incredible, for the 24-year-old basketball player from Slovenia, it’s a real trifle. Luka Doncic’s contract with Dallas is worth $215,000,000.

The interior of the plane in which Luka traveled is filled with luxury. There are 26-inch televisions, and Doncic had to bend down when entering and exiting because the height of the cabin for passengers is only 170 centimeters.

This plane can accommodate up to 19 passengers, and there is a possibility to convert the seats into beds and ten passengers can sleep without any problems during the flight.

Luka Doncic was born to Sasa Doncic, a Serbian father, and Mirjam Poterbin, a Slovenian mother. As a result, he observes and celebrates both Orthodox and Catholic holidays.

Source: Basket News


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