Who Is John Travolta?
John Joseph Travolta is an American actor and producer. He was born in 1954. He was married to Kelly Preston, she died in 2020. They have 3 children.
He is known for movies like Grease, Pulp Fiction, and Swordfish. He won a Golden Globe Award for Best Actor in a Motion Picture.
And an Emmy Award for the anthology series American Crime Story. He is married to actress Kelly Preston.
John Travolta Net Worth
His net worth is estimated at more than US$ 170 million. His film’s total box office is almost US$ 4 billion.
Travolta Plane: N707JT
Travolta is the owner of a Boeing 707 with registration N707JT. The swept-wing jet was delivered in 1964. Formally the jet is owned by a company named JETT CLIPPER JOHNNY LLC. Which is owned by Travolta.
The jet bears the name Jett Clipper Ella in honor of his children. The jet is normally based at Travolta’s house in Florida.
Travolta’s jet is painted in the Quantas colors and brand. Travolta is the official Qantas “Ambassador-at-Large” since 2002.
He bought the 707 commercial airplane from Quantas and did even fly for Quantas (if we understand correctly).
Travolta’s jet airliner is not operational anymore. She flew the last time in 2014. And on forums, we found rumors about maintenance problems.
In general, there is a problem with maintenance for the Boeing 707 dash 80. As parts become rare in the world. If we are informed correctly then there are only 2 flying 707’s in the world.
In 2017 it was reported that he donated the Boeing company jet to Albion Park’s Historical Aircraft Restoration Society.
Travolta owns several planes. With numbers ranging between 6 and 11. We found a few larges ones.
Next to the 707 he owns a Bombardier Challenger CL-601. It is built in 1988 with registration N392JT. And we found a 2007 Eclipse Aviation EA500 with registration N218JT.
Travolta also owned a Gulfstream I. The jet has registration N492JT. The jet is now displayed in the Warner Robins Museum. And he used to own another Gulfstream II, the N552JT. He also owns a few smaller planes.