Let’s get one thing straight.
I’m not here to criticize Kylie Jenner’s 17-min-flight travel plan and I honestly don’t think she cares all that much about climate change. (hope I’m wrong…)
Instead, I want to take a closer look inside the Makeup mogul’s private jet in details.
Yes, it’s luxurious, but there is something “insane” that nobody has talked about!
So bear with me.
What type of aircraft is it?
Kylie owns the Bombardier Global 7500, which is the world’s largest and longest range business jet. So, I guess you can say it is top of the range (surprise!) with state-of-the-art features including:
- Smooth Flĕx Wing design for smoothest ride experience
- Industry-leading 7,700 nautical mile range (8,861 miles or 14,260km)
- Top speed of Mach 0.925 (709 mph or 1,142 km/h)
- Large cabin to accommodate four living spaces
- Patented Nuage seats with revolutionary deep recline
- Advanced HEPA filter for 100% purified fresh air
- Infinite lighting schemes available with the nice Touch CMS
- Suite controllers in each living space for customized sound, lighting, temperature
- Up to 18 passengers depending on cabin design
It has custom pink exterior, but WAIT!
Let’s take a look at the plane’s body and exterior.
As you can see, the plane is custom designed and painted with Kylie’s favorite pink color stripes, as well as her cosmetic empire logo, KYLIESKIN.
Hang on…Kylie has 2 private jets?
Okay, hear me out.
Every news outlet and magazine have missed this. I’m serious! I strongly believe Kylie has two private jets. One is for her company and one is for personal use.
I know it sounds insane but let me show you.
Can you spot the difference? The double pink stripes and the window shape looks different, right? I will explain more in this post.
Now that we’ve got that out of the way, let’s take a look at the inside of Kylie’s $72m “personal” private plane.
Customizable Pink Neon Lights
At first glance, it seems like the cabin walls are painted in hot pink color.
The same goes for the ceiling. Everything is soooooo PINK!
With the window shades down, not the window covers, the neon lights are still doing a fine job in making the walls glow.
And at night time, it’s simply gorgeous!
Here is a short video of Kylie catching her flight in Vegas at night and stepping onto the pink glowing stairs.
What a beautiful jet!
However, the pink neon lights are quite dimmed during daytime with the cabin windows fully opened, and the natural daylight shining through.
Since the plane comes with infinite color scheme, the cabin lights can be changed into purple color with a touch of a button. I’m sure it can be switched to other colors too like yellow, green, blue, etc.
Four Distinct Living Spaces
The Global 7500 comes with 2 cabin floorplan designs – Executive and Globetrotter.
Based on what Kylie and the Kardashians has shared so far, I believe she has opted for the Globetrotter design. This is what the floorplan looks like.
- Forward club suite
- Conference suite with a table for six
- Entertainment suite with a divan (sofa bed) and a credenza with large TV
- Master suite with double bed, club seat and corner cabinet with TV
- Seats 15 passengers (including 1 cabin crew member)
Let’s take a look at each section, one by one.
The is the club suite area where Kylie and her clan can enjoy a few drinks, snacks or just some chit chat. There is a hallway which consist of a cabin crew room, kitchen and bar area. It leads straight to the cockpit where the pilot resides and controls the flight.
It looks similar to the original design, so not much changes here. There are foldable tables on the side that can be used to enjoy beverages, meals, or coloring for the kids.
You can clearly see the bar table and kitchen bench at the back of this picture (hallway), where the crew member can prepare alcohol and hot food. Let’s get the party started!
This is the conference suite which, according to the manufacturer design, has dining tables for six. However, Kylie has made some modifications by removing two seats and filling it with a TV and cabinet. So, now it becomes a dining area for four with adjacent TV entertainment (see behind Kris and Kylie).
As you can see, there has been some changes made in this area. This appears to be a custom modification and since Kylie is a billionaire (and a very famous one), I’m sure Bombardier, her private jet manufacturer is more than happy to satisfy her needs.
The conference suite is connected to the club suite where Kylie mostly enjoys taking pictures and posting them online.
Khloe Kardashian recently celebrated her 38th birthday on “Kylie Air” and we got a glimpse of what the entertainment suite (supposedly) looks like. It turns out Kylie has turned it into another resting area with a second bed showing at the corner of the photo.
The divan has been replaced with extra passenger seats. The 4k TV and cabinet has been moved into the master suite which I will show you next.
Thanks to Khloe’s nanny, who happened to be onboard the aircraft to celebrate her birthday, we were able to catch the inside of Kylie’s master suite.
Yes, guys, this is Kylie’s bedroom inside her private jet. An area where she sleeps between flights and possibly share an intimacy with Travis Scott.
It looks somewhat different to the original design.
The most noticeable difference is the extra television and credenza replacing the recliner. And did I mention the missing pink lights?
At this point, I have every right to feel jealous of Kylie’s luxurious lifestyle and so do you!
But again, I’m NOT going to judge her on the way she uses her jet because that’s just how the “elites” or “very rich” people travel. There are others who are worst than her, like Taylor Swift, Floyd Mayweather, and Jay-Z, just to name a few.
Given Kylie’s status, you can imagine the chaos she would cause by jumping on any commercial airlines. Having said that, there are places where you can track her flights as well as other celebrities.
I’ll finish this off with her recent flight data from Los Angeles (USA) to Milan (Italy).
Kylie Jenner’s Jet 6,053 mile (9,741 km) flight from VNY to LIN
– 4,737 gallons (17,933 liters).
– 31,751 lbs (14,402 kg) of jet fuel used.
– $31,978 cost of fuel.
– 50 tons of CO2 emissions.