SEE IT: Inside the Gulfstream jet used to transport Ebola victims


The Phoenix Air-owned jet has seats for medical staff and a separate, filtered area for the patient that includes a toilet. The two jets owned by the private company took 30 months to outfit, the company vice president said.

The jet has a three-roomed chamber containing an antechamber, a patient area and small bathroom area.

Here’s the inside of a private jet you’ll never want to fly.

The two Gulfstream III planes look like the ones owned and flown by bigwigs the world over – but inside, the 12-seater aircraft have been modified to fly highly-contagious Ebola patients and medical staff.

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