In July, Kylie Jenner came under intense scrutiny for her use of a private plane.
Critics even labeled her a “full-time climate criminal” because of how often she used this plane and the detrimental effect each use had on the environment.
However, we are not here to re-litigate that debate.
Instead, we’re here to try to pick our jaws off the ground after learning more about Kylie’s $72 million private plane.
On Thursday night’s season 2 episode of The Kardashians, Kendall Jenner borrowed the plane for a trip with her friends Hailey Bieber and Justine Skye.
At various points, viewers were treated to close-ups of the onboard menu, showing guests can order dishes such as an Asian Chicken Salad, Caprese Salad and gluten-free Chicken Alfredo.
Similarly, the cocktail menu featured a strawberry margarita made with Kendall’s 818 brand tequila, lychee vodka, pink champagne and a choice of cranberry vodka.
As mentioned above, Kylie bought the Global Express plane for $72.8 million in 2020.
The plane measures an impressive 8 feet wide and 59.6 feet long and is personalized with beige seats that have the initials “KJ” written on them.
Also impossible to miss is the colored ceiling lighting that can be programmed to shine in different hues.
Because why not, right?!?
There is an entertainment suite, a master suite, two bathrooms, a gallery, a crew rest area, a closet and plenty of storage space.
Yes. All aboard a plane.
Earlier this year, of course, climate change advocates trashed Jenner for taking a 17-minute flight aboard the plane to fly to Van Nuys, California from Camarillo, California.
“Can’t wait to see Kylie Jenner post environmentally conscious photos to her stories like she’s not doing more damage to the environment than most of us with her 3 minute flights,” one person tweeted in July, for example. . .
“Every time a paper straw starts to dissolve in my drink, I think of how Kylie Jenner uses a private jet for 3-minute flights and it makes me so mad.”
Kind of hard to blame people for reacting this way, you know?
Kylie did not address the controversy.
However, shortly after the backlash mounted, she filmed herself shopping at Target in what many saw as an effort to show that she likes bargains, and that she’s not a totally spoiled brat.
“You guys don’t want to get any bowls?” the billionaire makeup mogul asked her daughter Stormi and her nieces Chicago and True as she pushed them in a shopping cart in a video shared on TikTok.