Home is where the heart is, according to the saying, and different people have different ideas about what a perfect home should look like.

Some people enjoy living in unusual and unconventional residences, like retired engineer Bruce Campbell, who purchased a plane and turned it into a home, while the majority of us dream of large, comfortable homes with many bedrooms, a garden, and even a pool.

Until the mid-1960s, the Boeing 727-200 filled in as a Greek airplanes. Campbell later found out that the jet was used by Jackie Kennedy Onassis to take her second husband, Aristotle Onassis, to his final resting place in March 1975. Although Aristotle passed away in France, he was buried in Greece, his birthplace.

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The aircraft was once owned by Olympic Airlines, which Aristotle renamed Olympic Airways after he purchased the Greek national airline in July 1956, when it was still known as T.A.E.

Campbell converted the plane into a home for approximately $218,500. However, due to his efforts to preserve the majority of the original aircraft’s equipment, the interior does not resemble a typical home. For instance, he might study in the cockpit.

Campbell purchased the aircraft and turned it into a home in an effort to prevent its scrapping.

Campbell stated to Greek Reporter, “My goal in this little niche is to change humanity’s behavior.”

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There are two toilets that work, a kitchen, a living area with a desk, and a temporary shower that works.

Take a look at the video below for more details about this exciting project. Let us know what you think in the comments.

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