A Lebanese couple living in Abuja began work on this architectural sight in 2002. Spearheaded by husband Jammal Said who wanted to fulfil his wife’s love of travel in a more unconventional, and needless to say, grounded way, the plane is about 100 ft (30.5 m) long. The house itself has three floors and a basement. The wings and engines of the plane that extend over the sides of the hilltop villa each contain a bedroom and bathroom. The beautifully constructed cabin area is a living room and bar, the TV/computer game room is located in the plane’s cockpit, while the back of the plane is a kitchen. Along with the main building, the property also features a number of other aircraft-inspired structures, one resembling an aircraft control tower. Behind the main house is a smaller, plane-topped guest cottage and a two-storey security booth. The airplane house is an attraction for many visitors to the capital city who are interested to learn more about the amazing structure the Saids have constructed. Be mindful, however, as the building is still private property.