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Kylie Jenner and Travis Scott slammed for taking separate private jets to the same place

Poppy Bilderbeck

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Kylie Jenner and Travis Scott slammed for taking separate private jets to the same place

Featured Image Credit: Kylie Jenner/Instagram/WENN Rights Ltd / Alamy Stock Photo

People are flooding to social media in fury after Kylie Jenner and Travis Scott both allegedly took separate planes to and from the same locations.

The youngest of the Jenner sisters is swiftly developing a reputation for frivolous plane use, having previously been called out for taking a flight which lasted a grand total of three minutes.

Jenner and on-off beau Travis Scott - who is also father to her two children - have showed off their separate private aircrafts before.

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However, they've recently come under fire for appearing to fly in them separately, despite seemingly taking off and landing in exactly the same airports as one another.

Kylie Jenner and Travis Scott are coming under fire for supposedly flying in separate jets to and from the same locations. Credit: INSTAR Images LLC/ Alamy Stock Photo
Kylie Jenner and Travis Scott are coming under fire for supposedly flying in separate jets to and from the same locations. Credit: INSTAR Images LLC/ Alamy Stock Photo

A Twitter page named Celebrity Jets - which documents the travels of the rich and famous, from the likes of Jenner to other celebs such as Drake and Taylor Swift - revealed the suspiciously similar-looking journeys.

The page was set up by Jack Sweeney - a teenager who really got under Tesla and SpaceX CEO and now Twitter owner Elon Musk's skin with the account ElonJet.

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In a post uploaded to the social networking platform on Saturday, 3 December, Celebrity Jets revealed the flight tracking paths of not only Jenner but Scott too, Scott's appearing to take off just a couple of hours after Jenner's.

To many climate activists horror, both planes 'took off near Miami, Florida, US. Going to Van Nuys, California, US (VNY, Van Nuys Airport)' each travelling just over five hours.

Kylie Jenner's plane flew from 'near Miami, Florida' to 'Van Nuys, California'. Credit: @CelebJets/ Twitter
Kylie Jenner's plane flew from 'near Miami, Florida' to 'Van Nuys, California'. Credit: @CelebJets/ Twitter
Travis Scott's plane also flew from 'near Miami, Florida' to 'Van Nuys, California'. Credit: @CelebJets/ Twitter
Travis Scott's plane also flew from 'near Miami, Florida' to 'Van Nuys, California'. Credit: @CelebJets/ Twitter
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To put that into context, each flight emitted 25,000 kg (25 tons) of carbon dioxide and used more than 6,803 kg (15,000 pounds) of fuel, according to Buzzfeed News.

Environmentalists have since descended down on Jenner and her baby daddy.

One person took to Reddit in their rage: "Why aren’t they traveling together in the same jet if they are literally leaving the same place & going to the same destination? just adds more fuel to the fire of 'PR RELATIONSHIP'."

A second dismissed any speculation surrounding the genuine nature of Scott and Jenner's relationship and simply resolved: "I don’t care if it’s real or fake, they don’t need to be in a real relationship to fly in the same jet! Those rat b**tards!"

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Some users tried to stick up for Jenner and Scott, theorising reasons they might have needed to fly separately. Credit: r/KUWTK/ Reddit
Some users tried to stick up for Jenner and Scott, theorising reasons they might have needed to fly separately. Credit: r/KUWTK/ Reddit

Others defended the couple, theorising why they may have needed to take separate aircraft.

"He got to Miami before kylie and she left back to California while he was still there in Miami. Plus travis jet has his own crew and essentials. His jet didn't take him back btw, it just landed again in Miami a few hours ago," one said.

Another commented: "Sometimes, family and love ones fly or drive separately on purpose in case one mode of transportation gets into an accident. That way, they'll be surviving family members."

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However, echoing the tone of most social media users, a final simply resolved: "How do they not feel bad for the planet?"

UNILAD has contacted Kylie Jenner and Travis Scott for comment.

Topics: Celebrity, Travis Scott, Kylie Jenner, US News, Kardashians, Keeping Up With The Kardashians, Travel, Environment

Poppy Bilderbeck
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