Taylor Swift: how many miles has singer’s private jet flown?

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A rep for the singer has claimed her jet is “regularly loaned out to other people.”

Taylor Swift has responded to claims about using her private jet.

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Last week analysts from a sustainability-oriented marketing company court claimed the singer was the “biggest celebrity CO2 polluter this year so far”.

However, a rep for the Shake It Off singer has claimed that Swift is not solely responsible for the emissions.

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The news comes as other celebrities have been called out for their overuse of private planes and the impact it is having on climate change.

Kylie Jenner was recently labeled a “full-time climate criminal” after taking a 17-minute flight and posting a picture to Instagram depicting her and husband Travis Scott’s private jets with the caption, “Will you take mine or yours?” had posted.

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So how often does Taylor Swift use her private jet and what did the star say?

Taylor Swift attends the New York premiere of All Too Well on November 12, 2021 in New York City (Image: Getty Images)

How Many Miles Did Taylor Swift’s Private Jet Fly in 2022?

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Last week, marketing and analytics firm Yard released a list naming and shaming the world’s 10 worst prominent C02 polluters.

The company based the list on private plane usage and tracked how many miles each plane flew by studying flight tracking maps.

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Swift prevailed, beating out other celebrities like Oprah Winfrey, Jay-Z, and Kim Kardashian.

According to Yard, the singer reportedly flew 170 times in 2022.

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The star’s private jet spent 22,923 minutes in the air, for a total of 15.9 days.

Their trips had an average flight time of just 80 minutes and an average distance of 139.36 miles.

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If the information is correct, that means Swift’s total flight emissions for 2022 so far are a whopping 8,293.54 tons, which is 1,184.8 times more than the average person.

On her shortest flight in 2022, the singer flew from Missouri to Nashville with a flight time of just 36 minutes.

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The singer isn’t currently touring, leading many fans to question the overuse of her private plane and the impact of pollution.

what did the star say

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Swift has not commented publicly on the claims about her private jet use and excessive C02 emissions.

Speaking to BuzzFeed News, her rep issued a statement, explaining that the singer is happy to borrow her private jet and that she’s not the only one using it.

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The representative said: “Taylor’s jet is regularly loaned to other people. Attributing most or all of these voyages to her is blatantly wrong.”

Whether or not the singer borrows her jet, fans have reacted with frustration at the impact it’s having on the environment.

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A Twitter user @evermoretrack2 shared the caption “Taylor Swift after being forced to travel in a car instead of her private jet” alongside the Stranger Things meme of Will yelling out the window.

Who else was on the list?

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The list included well-known A-list personalities, including actors, musicians and athletes.

Here are the 10 worst C02 polluters in the world, according to Yard:

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Swift made 170 flights in 2022, spending 22,923 minutes in the air.

Their total flight emissions so far amount to 8,293.54 tons of CO2.

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That’s 1,184.8 times more than the average person’s annual output.

Mayweather has completed 177 flights on his private jet this year.

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Its total flight emissions to date amount to 7,076.8 tons of CO2.

That’s 1,011 times more than the average person’s annual production.

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Third on the list, Jay-Z has completed 136 flights on his private jet this year.

Its total flight emissions to date are 6,981.3 tons of CO2.

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That’s 997.3 times more than the average person’s annual production.

Baseball player A-Rod has flown 106 flights in his private jet this year.

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Its total flight emissions to date are 5,342.7 tons of CO2.

That’s 763.24 times more than the average person’s annual production.

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The American country singer has flown 111 flights on his private jet this year.

His total flight emissions to date amount to 4,495 tons of CO2.

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That’s 642 times more than the average person’s annual production.

The Hollywood director has flown 61 flights on his private jet this year.

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His total flight emissions to date amount to 4,465 tons of CO2.

That’s 637.9 times more than the average person’s annual output.

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The mega influencer has flown 57 flights on her private jet this year.

Their total flight emissions to date amount to 4,268.5 tonnes of CO2.

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That’s 609.8 times more than the average person’s annual output.

The American actor has made 101 flights on his private jet this year.

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Its total flight emissions to date are 3,772.85 tons of CO2.

That’s 538.9 times more than the average person’s annual output.

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The famous talk show host and presenter has flown 68 flights on her private jet this year.

Their total flight emissions to date amount to 3,493.17 tons of CO2.

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That’s 499 times more than the average person’s annual production.

While Kylie Jenner doesn’t make the top 10, her husband Scott does.

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The Blink 182 drummer has emitted 3,033.3 tons of CO2 this year with the shortest average flight journey of just 7.31 miles.

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