When he was young, his first love died in his arms from cancer, and just 8 years ago he experienced every parent’s worst nightmare when he lost his eldest son, Jett.Since then he had managed to pick up the pieces and move on.In September 1996, with only 27,682 of total flying hours, it was offered for sale.On May 20, 1998 it was finally registered to Jet Clipper Johnny LLC (John Travolta), sold on May 25, and changed registration on December 13, 1998 to N707JT “707 Jett Clipper Ella”.
In 1995 the ownage changed again to “Aviation Methods” and was ferried to Istanbul for storage on 29 October 1995.During this time, on October 20, 1973, it was again withdrawn from use and stored. In September 1975 it was again sold, this time to Kirk Kerkorian / Tracy Investments Corp (Tracinda / TIC).Since September 26, 1977 it was owned by TAG Aviation, a holding company based in Luxembourg.If it wasn’t for this guy, we bet the world would have been a much more boring place to live in.Could you even imagine growing up without classics like “Saturday Night Fever”, “Grease” or “Pulp Fiction”? John Travolta is undoubtedly one of Hollywood’s biggest successes and a self-made mega-star.[ Photo ] It was primary used for routes from Sydney to Asia and North/South America.