Russian private jet photo studio lets you fake the good life for Instagram

The cruelest part of social media (aside from all the actually bad stuff) is not that it’s brought us squiggle brows or existential crises, but that it has introduced us to the private jet plandid.

Which is how we’ve ended up here: faking private jet photos for those sweet, sweet Instagram likes.

According to The Telegraph, Private Jet Studio – a Russian photo studio – offers people the chance to simulate a life of luxury via a grounded private plane, in which people can pay to pose for photos.

The concept is simple: per the company website, the studio consists of a Gulfstream G650 grounded in Moscow that’s available for rent – either for 2 hours of photo (for about $243) or video (for about $434), or for full day or overnight rentals. They’ll even do your hair! 

You rent, you snap, you post on Instagram, and everyone assumes you’re rich. Great!

The influx of private jet plandids is really the fault of Instagram-famous rich kids – the celebrity offspring who’ve since made it big through modeling, acting, living, etc. 

As my colleague Chloe Bryan put it, “pretty much anyone who promoted Fyre Festival.”

Time zones

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As long as the Kylie Jenners and Bella Hadids of the world continue posting from the cozy interiors of private planes, Insta-famous hopefuls will find ways to follow suit.

At least it’s fuel efficient.

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