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Plane spotters can have the ultimate flying experience without even leaving the ground in this party bus - which is based on an airplane.

The 2004 Renault Master van was converted into the ‘Airbus’ limousine by Darren Harris, 50, in November 2013.

Plane spotters can have the ultimate flying experience without even leaving the ground in this party bus - which is based on an AIRPLANE.  See NTI story NTILIMO.  The 2004 Renault Master van was converted into the 'Airbus' limousine by Darren Harris, 50, in November 2013.  The dad-of-two bought the six-wheel vehicle, which had already been extended, for �11,000 and spent �17,000 transforming it over the next nine weeks.  He added a vinyl wrap to the outside of the van to give it the appearance of an aircraft - with 3D wings that appear to stick out of the side like a real plane.  The road-legal bus also has flashing lights on the wings as well as strobe undercarriage and an under-body sound system taken from a real jet.  Incredibly, the 16-seater limo also has LED TVs in place of windows inside, giving passengers the impression they are actually on an airplane.  It also boasts lasers and smoke machines and real jet music can be piped through into the back.  Darren, who owns Hi Society Limousines in Tamworth,

Plane spotters can have the ultimate flying experience without even leaving the ground in this party bus - which is based on an AIRPLANE. See NTI story NTILIMO. The 2004 Renault Master van was converted into the 'Airbus' limousine by Darren Harris, 50, in November 2013. The dad-of-two bought the six-wheel vehicle, which had already been extended, for �11,000 and spent �17,000 transforming it over the next nine weeks. He added a vinyl wrap to the outside of the van to give it the appearance of an aircraft - with 3D wings that appear to stick out of the side like a real plane. The road-legal bus also has flashing lights on the wings as well as strobe undercarriage and an under-body sound system taken from a real jet. Incredibly, the 16-seater limo also has LED TVs in place of windows inside, giving passengers the impression they are actually on an airplane. It also boasts lasers and smoke machines and real jet music can be piped through into the back. Darren, who owns Hi Society Limousines in Tamworth,

The dad-of-two, of West Midlands, bought the six-wheel vehicle, which had already been extended, for £11,000 and spent £17,000 transforming it over the next nine weeks.

He added a vinyl wrap to the outside of the van to give it the appearance of an aircraft - with 3D wings that appear to stick out of the side like a real plane.

The road-legal bus also has flashing lights on the wings as well as strobe undercarriage and an under-body sound system taken from a real jet.