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JT Go Dome – John Travolta’s On Another Planet

by | 30th, March 2007

travolta.jpgJOHN Travolta wants his fans to “do their bit” to tackle global warming.

Sensible stuff. Human influence on global weather patterns has been established as fact by some sections of the press and at least one former American vice president, who flew around the world promoting a film about the matter.

Says Travolta: “It [global warming] is a very valid issue.” Agreed. “I’m wondering if we need to think about other planets and dome cities.”

Travolta fails to name what other planets humanity could live on, nor if he has tested them out for the rest to if us. But talk of Dome cities will surely excite many who see the Millennium Dome as a giant white elephant and not the last refuge for mankind.

But Travolta is looking to the skies, chiefly thought the windscreen of any one of his five aircraft.

“I use them as a business tool though, as others do,” says Travolta, promoting his new film in the UK. “I think it’s part of this industry – otherwise I couldn’t be here doing this and I wouldn’t be her now.”

trvolta-house.jpgWhile the Mail – printed on murdered and pulped trees – senses hypocrisy in “Air Miles Travolta”, we learn that the actor may soon he grounded.

As the National Enquirer tells us, Travolta’s Boeing 707 is too big for the Greystone Airport runway near his home at the Jumbolair compound, Florida.

A letter from the Federal Aviation Administration tells Travolta the strip needs “major repairs”. Travolta’s plane is too heavy. Says Frank V. Lipinski, the FAA’s principle maintenance inspector: “It is not safe just because the pilot in command says it’s safe.”

Travolta should take heed. Next time he’s up in the skies he might like to keep on going – punching a hole in the ozone and carrying on to infinity and beyond…

Pic: Travolta’s house (really)



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