Taylor leaves Australia: Celebrity’s personal jet takes off from Sydney Airport, Flies to Singapore for Eras Tour leg

Taylor Swift’s jet is taking off from Sydney Airport, marking the tip of her whirlwind two-week Eras Tour leg.

The chartered VistaJet flight will make the eight-hour flight to Singapore for the subsequent leg of her world tour.

The Merciless Summer season singer arrived in Sydney final Monday, after ending her Melbourne leg of her tour.

She was noticed getting on the airplane sporting her boyfriend Travis Kelce’s Chiefs Tremendous Bowl Champions hat, in addition to a crimson high and shorts.

She arrived in Sydney simply earlier than 1.30pm, after solely a roughly 20-minute delay.

The delay was attributable to thunderstorms and lighting strikes within the space.A number of different home flights have been delayed.

Swift’s jet pulled right into a hangar within the airport, in order that she may go away the airplane to privately go to her lodge within the metropolis.After touchdown, she joined a convoy of automobiles the place she is believed to have been taken to a penthouse at Crown in Barangaroo.

Jet controversy

Swift not too long ago bought her second personal jet, a Dassault Falcon 900, in January forward of the Australian leg of her Eras Tour.

The pop celebrity has been criticised for her frequent personal jet use over the previous few years.

In November final 12 months, her jet was despatched to Kansas Metropolis the place it picked up Kelce, earlier than taking the NFL star Buenos Aires the place she was performing.

Extra to return.

Learn associated matters:Sydney

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