The real reason Taylor Swift sold her private jet worth $40 million when a student followed her and REVEALED her entire itinerary with boyfriend Travis Kelce, but how she handled this surprised everyone admirable

Taylor Swift has sold one of her gas-guzzling private jets days before she was set to fly from Los Angeles to Tokyo – before making a quick turnaround to see boyfriend Travis Kelce play in the Super Bowl,

The 14-time Grammy winner sold her $40 million Dassault Falcon 900LX on January 30 to car insurance company Car Shield based in Missouri, now estimated to be worth around $7million second-hand, according to documents obtained by DailyMail.com.

Federal Aviation Administration records list Triangle Real Estate LLC as an additional owner, with Car Shield’s CEO Nicholas Hamilton detailed as a member of the group.

The car insurance company is worth an estimated $150million, and the new registered ownership address for the jet is CarShield’s HQ in St Peter’s, Missouri.

Swift, 34, has been under pressure to cut down on her carbon emissions after jet-setting across the world to spend time with Kansas Chief’s tight end Kelce, 34, while also performing the international leg of her Eras tour.

While many have called on the star to reduce her travel, it is unlikely that the globetrotting superstar will switch to commercial flights due to security fears.

DailyMail.com can reveal that Taylor Swift is down to just one private jet after selling one of hers last month

DailyMail.com can reveal that Taylor Swift is down to just one private jet after selling one of hers last month

Swift sold her Dassault Falcon 900LX on January 30 to car insurance company Car Shield based in Missouri, DailyMail.com can reveal

Swift sold her Dassault Falcon 900LX on January 30 to car insurance company Car Shield based in Missouri, DailyMail.com can reveal

She purchased the jet for $40million in 2011, with FAA records showing that the 900LX was transferred to BoneDoc Aviation, LLC from SATA LLC in Nashville

She purchased the jet for $40million in 2011, with FAA records showing that the 900LX was transferred to BoneDoc Aviation, LLC from SATA LLC in Nashville

An interior shot of a Falcon900LX - the same make and model of Taylor's jet - is pictured


An interior shot of a Falcon900LX – the same make and model of Taylor’s jet – is pictured

 


She reportedly purchased the jet for $40million in 2011, with FAA records showing that the 900LX was transferred to Triangle Real Estate from SATA LLC in Nashville, which is believed to stand for her family members’ names, after her father Scott, mother Andrea, Taylor and brother Austin.

The ownership switched on January 30, with Triangle Real Estate LLC appearing to have been on the hunt for an upgrade after selling its $400k 1976 Cessna 421 on January 25, opting for Swift’s larger plane instead.

 Representatives for Hamilton, Triangle Real Estate LLC and CarShield did not respond to request for comment by DailyMail.com.


Swift still owns her Dassault Falcon 7X which if bought new costs $54million. She has been using the jet as her main mode of transport for the Eras Tour.

The larger of her jets is listed under Island Jet Inc which is tied to Taylor Swift Productions in Nashville, Tennessee, along with SATA LLC, according to documents from the Tennessee Secretary of State.

She previously sold a smaller Dassault Falcon 50 jet in 2020, after she purchased it in 2012 for $4million. Swift donated the proceeds to charity.

It is unclear if Swift is planning to upgrade her fleet just in time for the longest leg of her international tour starts – jetting to Australia to perform on February 16.

This comes as it was revealed Swift’s lawyers sent a letter to Jack Sweeney, 21, demanding that he stop logging her flights and locations.

Sweeney, a junior at the University of Central Florida, has run several accounts that track the flight paths of planes and helicopters owned by celebrities, billionaires, politicians and other public figures.

His accounts use publicly available data, and also share the estimates of their planet warning emissions – with the college student first going head to head with Elon Musk in 2022 for sharing his jet’s details.

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Swift has been hit with scrutiny over her planet-warming emissions of carbon dioxide released with every flight. She's pictured on her private jet

Swift has been hit with scrutiny over her planet-warming emissions of carbon dioxide released with every flight. She’s pictured on her private jet

FAA records show that the plane ownership switched on January 30th, with Triangle Real Estate LLC appearing to have been on the hunt for an upgrade after selling its $400k 1976 Cessna 421 on January 25, opting for Swift’s larger plane instead

FAA records show that the plane ownership switched on January 30th, with Triangle Real Estate LLC appearing to have been on the hunt for an upgrade after selling its $400k 1976 Cessna 421 on January 25, opting for Swift’s larger plane instead

The singer still owns her Dassault Falcon 7X which she has been using as her main mode of transport for the Eras Tour

The singer still owns her Dassault Falcon 7X which she has been using as her main mode of transport for the Eras Tour

In a statement to DailyMail.com Sweeney said: ‘I think it’s important to note that nowhere do I intend for harm. I actually think Swift has some good songs.

‘I believe in transparency and public information.’

Swift’s attorneys in Washington saying the pop superstar, 34, would have ‘have no choice but to pursue any and all legal remedies’ if he did not stop his ‘stalking and harassing behavior’, according to the Washington Post.

Swift's lawyers sent a letter to Jack Sweeney, 21, demanding that he stop logging her flights and locations

Swift’s lawyers sent a letter to Jack Sweeney, 21, demanding that he stop logging her flights and locations

It added that Sweeney’s accounts had caused Swift and her family ‘direct and irreparable harm, as well as emotional and physical distress,’ as well as heightening her ‘constant state of fear for her personal safety’.

 The letter, which was sent to Sweeney’s family home, said that there was no ‘legitimate interest in or public need for this information, other than to stalk, harass, and exert dominion and control.’

Authored by Katie Wright Morrone from Venable law firm, the strongly-worded cease and desist accused Sweeney of treating it like a ‘game’.

‘While this may be a game to you, or an avenue that you hope will earn you wealth or fame, it is a life-or-death matter for our Client,’ Morrone added.

Swift has seen stalkers show up outside her homes, with one man arrested last month outside her townhouse in Manhattan.

The letter from her lawyers states that there is ‘no legitimate interest in or public need for this information, other than to stalk, harass, and exert dominion and control.’

A spokesperson for Swift said they cannot comment on ongoing police investigations, but confirmed that the timing of the most recent arrest ‘suggests a connection’.

‘His posts tell you exactly when and where she would be,’ they added.


Sweeney believes that the letter is an attempt to scare him from sharing public data, adding that he was ‘being more careful’ with what he shared about the pop star.

The letter came in December, around the time Sweeney’s accounts tracking Swift’s jets on Facebook and Instagram were disabled. A second letter followed, accusing him of ‘harassing’ the star.

He said that the threats of legal action came at a time where Swift was facing a huge backlash over the environmental impacts of her flights while on the road for her Eras Tour and also jetting across the US to watch her new beau Travis Kelce play in the NFL.

‘This information is already out there, her team thinks they can control the world’, Sweeney said.

Sweeney runs social media accounts that track the takeoffs and landings of private jets owned by Swifts and other celebrities, billionaires and politicians

Sweeney runs social media accounts that track the takeoffs and landings of private jets owned by Swifts and other celebrities, billionaires and politicians

Authored by Katie Wright Morrone from Venable law firm, the strongly-worded cease and desist accused Sweeney of treating it like a 'game'

Authored by Katie Wright Morrone from Venable law firm, the strongly-worded cease and desist accused Sweeney of treating it like a ‘game’

After being crowned 2022’s biggest celebrity polluter of the year, her team were quick to hit back, saying that she loans her planes out and also bought double the amount of carbon emissions tokens than she needed for her touring travel.

But the singer, who announced her 13th album at Sunday night’s Grammys, has been hit with a fresh barraged of scrutiny over her planet-warming emissions of carbon dioxide released with every flight.

Based on statistics tracked by Taylor Swift’s Jets on Instagram, the hitmaker’s trips have produced 138 tons of CO2 emission to date.

The singer would need to plant 2,282 trees and allow these to grow for 10 years in order to offset the environmental damage caused by her flights.

It is the equivalent of the energy used by 17 houses in one year, or the electricity use of 26.9 homes for one year, according to the Greenhouse Gas Equivalencies Calculator.

The star has not confirmed if she will attend the Super Bowl, but she is expected to attend after travelling to see Kelce and the Chiefs beat the Baltimore Raven’s in the play offs.

Whether or not she is comforting Kelce after loss or celebrating the Chiefs back-to-back Super Bowl wins, Swift has to cross the globe again and be in Australia five days later to continue her Eras Tour.

Swift, 34, has been under pressure to cut down on her carbon emissions after jet-setting across the world to spend time with Travis Kelce while on tour

Swift, 34, has been under pressure to cut down on her carbon emissions after jet-setting across the world to spend time with Travis Kelce while on tour

San Francisco and Kansas City will meet in the Super Bowl for the second time this decade, with the Chiefs winning Super Bowl LIV in 2020.

The Bad Blood singer is scheduled to head to Australia and take the stage in Melbourne on February 16, which starts at 6pm.

She’ll perform for three nights at the Melbourne Cricket Grounds then head to Sydney’s Accor Stadium for four shows starting on February 23.

After coming out on top in the 2022 pollution rankings, Taylor’s representative hit back, claiming Swift often lets other people take her Falcon 7X jet on jaunts around the world.

However, there is no question she has been onboard the jet during the many flights between Kansas City, New York and several other stops since September.

The journeys have used up 12,622 gallons of jet fuel, which is calculated to be worth a whopping $70,779.

In her biggest trip to date, Swift flew from Sao Paulo, Brazil to Kansas City – with a stopover in Tampa, Florida.

The journey used 4,151 gallons of fuel, which is believed to be worth $23, 250.

A spokesperson for Swift told DailyMail.com she was working to lessen her jets’ carbon emissions by traveling less frequently than in previous years.

‘Before the tour kicked off in March of 2023, Taylor purchased more than double the carbon credits needed to offset all tour travel,’ the spokesperson explained.

The excess credits means Taylor could have accounted for more than enough to cover her latest romance springing up in the middle of her sell-out tour, with her trips to support Kelce upping her carbon emissions alongside her planned tour travels.

The Falcon 50 went through a transfer of registration on March 16, from SATA LLC in Nashville to a new entity called BoneDoc Aviation LLC, as shown by FAA records.


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