Taylor Swift’s rep responds to private jet report

“Attributing most or all of these trips to him is clearly incorrect.

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A report by marketing agency Yard yesterday said Taylor’s jet flew 170 times in the first 200 days of the year. That’s more broadcasts in just seven months than the average 1,184 people would broadcast in a year.

The news may have come as a bit of a surprise, given that much of the initial backlash regarding celebrity private jets centered around Kylie Jenner — who didn’t even make the report’s top 10. Kim Kardashian and Travis Scott did, but their combined shows are far below those attributed to Taylor.

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Amid a swift backlash, a spokesperson for Taylor told BuzzFeed News not all of the thefts can be pinned on the singer herself. “Taylor’s jet is regularly loaned out to other people,” they said.

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“Attributing most or all of these trips to him is clearly incorrect.

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Anyway, the automated ‘Celebrity Jets’ account is still tracking Taylor’s jet – showing a flight from Burbank to Albany yesterday:

Taylor Swift’s Falcon 7X landed in Albany, New York, USA. Approx. flt. time 4 Hours: 17 Min.


Twitter: @CelebJets

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