Original title: Kelly Jenna's 40 -mile by special plane was approved not environmentally friendly, American netizens: rare and weird! Musk flew through a shorter
American Internet celebrity Kelly & Middot; Jenna took a shortage of flights in a private jet last week -only about 40 miles -videos of about 40 miles -because American netizens were angry, mainly because of the impact of this trip on the environment on the environment. Essence
However, 19 -year -old college students who followed many celebrities Jack & Middot; Jack Sweeney disagreed with this. The college student was famous at the beginning of this year because of tracking Tesla CEO Elon & Middot; Musk's special plane.
Styina said that people were surprised by the response to Kelly & Middot; Jenna's 17 -minute flight this time, because he had seen Musk flying shorter flights on his own private plane, but did not cause such a big commotion Essence
Styima said that Musk flew from Los Angeles International Airport to Hawthorphic Airport many times. The range was only about 6 miles, and it took only 10 minutes to take a car. This is much shorter than Jenna's 40 miles from Camarillo from Camarillo to Van Nuys in California.
"I am not surprised by people's reactions," Swani said. "There are many reasons to surprise them. This is a celebrity and a fast flight."
Swani pointed out that flight data sometimes is deceived. In particular, short -distance flights can usually be explained with a simple reason: the pilot puts down the passenger at an airport and then parked the plane at another nearby airport.
He said: "I believe (Jenna's short flight) is to stop the plane at Camarilo, and they get off the plane in Vannis," Senzy said on Twitter last week. "Gold (Kardashian) is the same. It may be cheaper to park the plane in Camarilo."
The rapper Drake supports Swien's theory. On Tuesday, Drake posted a post about his own ultra -short flight on Instagram. He wrote in the comments: "This is just that they transfer the plane to any airport that stores them ... No one will take the sheet that sets that sheet. airplane."