Prem Rawat: Top Gun


Prem Rawat Top Gun

Rawat's demands for luxury and opulence in all aspects of his life might have been enough to keep his organisations' financial resources insufficient to bring "peace to the world" but the cost of buying, leasing and flying his private executive jets have ensured it. The rationale for any organisation to have an executive jet is that the executives can work or rest while travelling but Rawat flies the plane himself, thereby having no time for work and arrives needing rest. The cost/benefit ratio of cost of planes divided by number of his "students" is extraordinarily high. He was so desperate to learn to fly that began lessons in August 1972 as soon as he had a devotee able to teach him and the necessary funds.

Rawat has created his own blissful Hamster wheel in which he pretends to be an international Ambassador of Peace and Inspirational Speaker and self-help guru and donations from his "students" provide the expenses for him to travel the world in his private jets making speeches to his "students" that provide the inspiration for the donations that provide the expenses …

Prem Rawat Realises He Needs a Canadian-Made Challenger 601 (1990)

On October 4th 1990 an urgent call went out for donations required as Rawat had decided he needed a Canadian-made Challenger 601. This would cost $8 million over the proceeds of selling the Learjet 55. Despite the Lear 55's impeccable performance record over the 630,000 miles flown over the last four years (157,500 miles per year average) it had to go as it took Maharaji seven days to fly from Los Angeles to New Delhi, a trip that took ordinary people in a commercial flight a day. He was so enamoured of flight in his new Challenger he was inspired to write poetry.

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Challenger 601

Some people are never satisfied and so Prem Rawat has had his plane upgraded a few more times and at staggering cost. The cost of gaining each new non-Indian student must be astronomical though calculating it would be difficult as he seems to be losing as many as he is gaining and not even the Lord of the Universe can divide by zero. These aircraft are not purchased by Prem Rawat but are leased from the actual owners. Purchasing an aircraft to lease apparently has major tax benefits for people wealthy enough to make use of them as the IRS permits the depreciation of aircraft over 6 years.

Prem Rawat Is Upgraded To A Gulfstream Aerospace G-IV (1997)

Gulfstream Aerospace G-IV - cost about $25 million

RegistrationManuf.ModelType c/ni/tSelcal ICAO24Reg / Oprbuilttest regdelivery prev.reguntilnext regstatus
N41PRGulfstream AerospaceG-IVGLF41226 L2JPrime Resources19932000 N41PLreregistered

Gulfstream G IV N41PR

Gulfstream G IV N41PR Prem Rawat Lord of the Universe and Pilot
RegistrationManuf.ModelType c/nl/ni/tSelcal ICAO24Reg / Oprbuilttest regdelivery prev.reguntilnext regstatus
N54PRGulfstream Aerospace G-VGLF5564 L2J PREMA6D6E8Wilmington Trust Co Trustee19992000-08-21 2007N54PRto other opr
Gulfstream GV N54PR
Gulfstream GV N54PR

Prem Rawat Is Upgraded To A Gulfstream Aerospace G-V (2000)

Gulfstream Aerospace G-V purchased 2000 - cost about $45 million

RegistrationManuf. ModelTypec/ni/t SelcalICAO24Reg / Oprbuilt test regdeliveryprev.reguntilnext regstatus
N550PR Gulfstream Aerospace GV-SP (G550)GLF55121 L2J PREM A700C0Wilmington Trust Co Trustee20062007-01-17N921GAactive

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Gulfstream Aerospace G650 purchased 2013 - cost about $65 million

Gulfstream G650 The G650 seats 18 passengers and has 4 crew members. Fuel costs about $6 per nautical mile so a flight to New York from Los Angeles costs about $13,000 for fuel alone. To an average person there is no significant difference between a G550 and a G650 though the G650 cabin height is 6'5" rather than 6'2" but that would not matter for Prem Rawat. The Priyan Foundation ( amusingly registered in Diemen, the Netherlands continues to be the source of funding. In 2013 the G550 was sold to Nike to use as a company plane after it was given a special paint job. Phil Knight, the billionaire philanthropist, co-founder and chairman of Nike, Inc. bought a G650 for his personal use. Knight has a personal fortune of approximately $16 billion and if he hasn't already given a billion dollars to charitable organisations he will have soon. Unlike Prem Rawat he does not have a web site that gives details of all his donations though Prem Rawat does not donate his own money as he is a minor millionaire at best. Other billionaire owners of a G650 include Oprah Winfrey, Bernie Ecclestone, "Lord of the Rings" director Sir Peter Jackson, Stephen Wynn and companies like Walmart, Exxon Mobil.

The Prem Rawat Foundation took delivery of N650PR at Bradley International Airport in New Hampshire on 19th November, 2013

Videos and DVDs produced by his followers nearly always include scenes of Rawat flying whether appropriate or not.

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A loving farewell and off for a jaunt in the helicopter with one of the boys. Prem Rawat's Helicopter

Prem Rawat's Private Jet The scene that shows off his latest private jet (1988).

Beat that Maharishi.
Keep flying Economy, Amma Ji.
Eat my jet stream, Dalai Lama.
You're stuck in India, Satpal!

What every Perfect Master needs to get to those hard to reach, out of the way programs and events, a $125,000 glider.

Prem Rawat's Glider
Prem Rawat's Glider
Prem Rawat's Glider

In 2014 Prem Rawat received an AW 139 helicopter.

AW 139 helicopter