Flight license: At 68, American actor John Travolta acquires the pilot’s license for the 737 (VIDEO) | Showbiz
KUALA LUMPUR, March 21 — Award-winning American actor John Travolta has taken to Instagram to show off his newly acquired 737 pilot license.
The 68 year old man Fat The actor shared the news with his 3.8 million followers in a 15-second video.
“Okay, so a very proud moment in my aviation history,” Travolta said.
“To add to my 747 and 707 licenses, I just got my 737 (pilot) license, and it went really well,” Travolta said.
The clip has been viewed over 400,000 times and garnered over 8,000 comments from fans and friends.
“Captain of Attaboy”, commented the American musician Tommy Lee.
“Congratulations superstar,” commented Australian singer Kate Ceberano.
“Okay JT. Where are we going? This big boy will take us anywhere nonstop, let him rock,” commented American rocker Sammy Hagar.
Travolta has always had a passion for aviation and has been quite open about his hobby.
According to Business jet travelerTravolta owns several aircraft such as the Bombardier Challenger 601, Boeing 707-138B and an Eclipse 500.
Among Travolta’s most prized possessions was his Boeing 707 or also known as the Boeing Business Jet, which he bought around 22 years ago according to the portal. Checklist.
The jet is worth around US$77 million (RM373 million), with US$57 million as the base price and an additional US$20 million in interior design and installation costs.
It is designed to carry around 150 passengers, but Travolta has customized it to carry only 15 people and the plane also has two bedrooms as well as a full-size bathroom and shower.
The jet however no longer belongs to Travolta as per single flight in 2019, he donated the jet to the Historical Aircraft Restoration Society located at Sydney’s regional airport, Albion Park Airport in Australia.
It has been reported that Travolta regularly traveled to international destinations on global press tours.
He also owns a home in a “private aviation community” in Florida that also allows him to park his jets outside his front door.
According to CBS News, the pulp Fiction The actor started taking flying lessons at the age of 15 and earned his first pilot’s license in 1978 at the age of 24.