It is the accommodation site that has changed the way we spend the night.
And, clearly, part of Airbnb's international appeal is the wide variety of properties it offers - as some of its more unusual listings have proved, this week.
Many of the platform's quirkier options have raised eyebrows for their unconventional approach to hospitality, ranging from a real gingerbread home in Hawaii to a cute cabin in Iceland.
One of the most leftfield choices, however, is definitely a grounded plane in Western France.
Based in Saint-Michel-Chef-Chef, the renovated craft can accommodate up to four people and comes equipped with a kitchen, toilet and shower for maximum comfort.
Another option for the adventurous is a gingerbread cottage in Makawao, Hawaii, which Jimi Hendrix once stayed in while filming Rainbow Bridge in 1970.
A studio property, it comes with a kitchenette (toaster oven, microwave, coffee maker, counter-top burners, full sized fridge) and spacious bathroom with a large custom-built, tiled shower.
The interior is also lined with cedar on the inside to offer a 'delightful' scent upon arrival.
Clearly a popular place to stay, it has amassed an average rating of five stars over 184 reviews, with plenty of positive feedback.