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Taylor Swift has sold off one of her private jets behind the scenes after issuing a cease and desist letter to student who has been publishing her flight data on social media

Taylor Swift has sold off one of her jets(Getty Images for The Recording Academy)

Taylor Swift is reported to have downsized to just one private jet after selling off her second one behind the scenes.

According to the Federal Aviation Authority’s website, the 34-year-old hitmaker sold her Dassault Falcon 900 on January 30. The jet was registered to SATA LLC which shares an address with Taylor Swift Productions in Nashville, and had been in her possession since 2009.

It is now registered to a business in Missouri. The jet has a list price of $44million (£38m) when new. Up until now, Taylor owned both the Dassault 900 and a Dassault 7X which is still registered to Island Jet Inc – another holding company that shares its address with Taylor Swift Productions.

For all the latest on news, politics, sports, and showbiz from the USA, go to The Mirror US.

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Taylor has just one jet remaining(Getty Images)

The Dassault 900 was the smaller of the two jets, carrying up to 12 passengers, while the Dassault 7X can hold up to 16 passengers and is designed with longer flights in mind. Fans were expecting that Taylor will use the 7X to travel to Tokyo this weekend for her concerts so she can jet back in time to catch boyfriend Travis Kelce’s huge Super Bowl clash with the Kansas City Chiefs against the 49ers in Las Vegas.

Taylor has previously been slammed for using private jets in the past after she topped a list of celebrities with the most private jet carbon emissions in 2022. It was also reported in 2023 that her private jets had spent over 166 hours in flight during the initial run of dates on her Eras Tour.

A spokesperson for Taylor told The Mirror that she purchased carbon credits to offset the usage of her jets. Taylor has tried to limit the information available about her flights in the past by, using the FAA’s privacy ICAO aircraft address program, also known as PIA.

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