KIM Kardashian has shared some over-the-top rules her passengers have to adhere to in order to board her $175 million private jet.
The Kardashian star warned her younger sister Kendall Jenner, 26, of a major rule she has before boarding the luxury private jet to Milan for a Prada show.
Kim, 41, was on the phone with Kendall when she told him no one with a spray tan was allowed to fly on her plane.
On Hulu’s latest episode of The Kardashians, Kim gave Kendall the full details of their departure from Kim Air on a FaceTime video, when Kendall said, “I’m just gonna go get a quick tan and then I’ll be ready.”
Kim gasped, “A spray tan before my flight?”
Kendall backed up and said, “No, it’s a three hour game, so I sit in it for three hours and then I shower.”
Kim replied, “Have you seen the cashmere seats? You can’t spray your tan on my cashmere seats.”
Kendall said, “I’ve never flown with a spray tan. If you know me, I’d literally rather die than get on a plane with a spray tan.”
Previously, Kim also revealed that she banned shoes on Kim Air.
She hinted that she would provide passengers with personalized Skims slippers to keep the white interior and cashmere seats clean.
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INSIDE KIM AIR
Kim hired designers Tommy Clements and Waldo Fernandez to add a personal touch to the plane.
Waldo is no stranger to the Kardashian clan, having previously designed Travis Barker’s home.
Kim also had the custom plane painted in a gray color, which matches her Calabasas mansion and extensive luxury car collection.
A Lambo, a Rolls-Royce and a Maybach are part of the SKIMS tycoon’s impressive collection.
Kim had the plane’s interior customized to suit her tastes, while ensuring it was fully lined with cashmere and cream-coloured leather seats.
The star made sure the plane was up to her standards and that every detail of the luxury plane was fully customized and built to her liking.
The jet seats 18 passengers and costs around $150 million.
While Kim lost millions to buy the plane, maintaining the G650ER will also come at a significant cost.
TMZ reported that for every 200 flight hours per year, Kim will have to spend $400,000 in fuel costs and an additional $100,000 in maintenance.
In April, Kim was criticized for taking a 17-minute flight in her luxury plane.
According online flight trackersthe quick ride between two neighboring Southern California towns, totaled about 145 gallons of jet fuel, at a cost of $914.
Fans couldn’t believe the reality star would take such an environmentally harmful trip.
“Camarillo to Van Nuys is a 40-60 minute drive,” one person said. “If she really needed to save time, a helicopter would have more than sufficed.”
While another agreed: “Environmental destruction > 40 minute drive I guess?”
A follower asked how the whole family wasn’t ostracized for their behaviors: “The Kardashian family’s environmental destruction is unfathomable.
“Stealing is one of the worst things you can do to the planet.
“Why don’t people call them for the impact they are having on the climate crisis?”
Yet one fan had simply had enough: “I never want to see Kim EVER post anything about our climate. What a disgusting display.”
Kim has stepped up her friendly sky flights over the past year, taking her fancy new plane on multiple cross-country trips from her California home to East Coast stops in Orlando or Washington, D.C.
HIGH AND POWERFUL
In June, fans slammed Kim for bragging about her cashmere-lined private jet on a previous episode of Hulu Kardashians in season one.
Kim flew on Air Kim from Los Angeles to the Dominican Republic to cover Sports Illustrated.
During her journey to filming, she told viewers, “My plane… oh my god. I never dreamed that I would own an airplane. I wanted it to be like an extension of me and an extension of my home.
Kim continued, “Welcome to Air Kim! Usually planes are dark with lighter leather. Mine I had custom made with all light wood. I had a bathroom installed in the front and a bathroom at the back.
“Each seat has its own phone charger. The best and most exciting part of the plane is that it’s all cashmere. Cashmere ceiling, windows, headrests,” she revealed.
The camera panned to show that from floor to ceiling, the private jet was covered in crisp light cashmere.