The private Boeing 737 owned by Miami Dolphins owner Wayne Huizenga is seen in a hangar in Fort Lauderdale in 2006. When Huizenga used to fly in style, his Gulfstream had room for only a dozen or so guests. Now his private jet fits more more than twice that many passengers in a cabin that would seat up to 150 as a commercial airliner.
The private Boeing 737 owned by Miami Dolphins owner Wayne Huizenga is seen in a hangar in Fort Lauderdale in 2006. When Huizenga used to fly in style, his Gulfstream had room for only a dozen or so guests. Now his private jet fits more more than twice that many passengers in a cabin that would seat up to 150 as a commercial airliner. LYNNE SLADKY AP
The private Boeing 737 owned by Miami Dolphins owner Wayne Huizenga is seen in a hangar in Fort Lauderdale in 2006. When Huizenga used to fly in style, his Gulfstream had room for only a dozen or so guests. Now his private jet fits more more than twice that many passengers in a cabin that would seat up to 150 as a commercial airliner. LYNNE SLADKY AP