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17 August 2010

surely it would be cheaper for the arabs to keep one car in storage at kensington, rather than flying their cars in and out.

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17 August 2010

[quote kcrally]surely it would be cheaper for the arabs to keep one car in storage at kensington, rather than flying their cars in and out.[/quote]

Yes it would be, however the reason they choose to fly them in at great expense is to keep face and show that they can afford to.

If they stopped being so flamboyant and started being careful with money they would lose credibility with their peers.

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7 July 2012

In some cases they use their own aircraft to fly their cars back and forth. And if you thought cars are expensive, they are pocket change compared with a modern jet (about $250 million for a big wide-bodied private jet)

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