John Travolta Is Happy About Getting the License to Fly a 737

John Travolta has crossed another milestone! The Pulp Fiction star recently shared a video on Instagram with an airplane behind him, stating that he was quite proud of his latest aviation achievement. He had received his 737 license in addition to his 707 and 747 licenses.

What Does This Mean?

This new license will allow Travolta to fly the Boeing 737. As per Alliance Aviation, which is USA’s biggest aviation training center, getting the 737 license means having the skills to fly a commercial plane. Travolta, 68, got his first pilot license at the age of 22. Since 2002, he has also been Qantas Airways’ ambassador.

The Love of Flying

In the year 2020, the Saturday Night Fever actor uploaded a video on Instagram where he could be seen piloting his own private plane. In the video, he mentions how it is always very exciting for him to be up in the sky. The flying enthusiast ended the video with a “Yeehaw!” at the end but not before showing viewers the stunning view from where he was sitting. Previously, he had posted a picture from his teenage days and captioned it as “Throwback Thursday: When I was 15 years old, my school offered an aviation class which started my second career.”

In the Words of His Late Wife

Kelly Preston, John Travolta’s late wife, had once said to The Telegraph during an interview back in 2018 how the both of them constantly traveled via private planes. She had said that he had had his flying license for about 30 years. At their home in Ocala, Florida, their planes were parked right in front of the house because the runway was attached. She never got nervous whenever Travolta piloted because he was always calm during any circumstance. The two of them have traveled to several countries like South Africa, Russia, Tahiti, Australia, the US, the UK, and the Far East.

3 Interesting Facts About Golden Globe Nominee Beanie Feldstein

After being nominated for her first Golden Globe in January 2020, Beanie Feldstein became a household name. Her glorious fame has only grown since then.

Beanie Feldstein

For her portrayal as Molly in Olivia Wilde’s critically praised directorial debut, Booksmart, the California native was nominated for Best Actress – Motion Picture Comedy or Musical in December 2019. The actress has earlier appeared in films such as Neighbors 2: Sorority Rising, Lady Bird, and The Female Brain.

Feldstein got her first nomination the same year that her lifelong best friend Ben Platt, as well as former co-stars and close friends Booksmart‘s Kaitlyn Dever and Lady Bird‘s Saoirse Ronan, were nominated.

The What We Do in the Shadows alum is also working on Richard Linklater’s film adaptation of the musical Merrily We Roll Along. It will take her and her co-stars, Ben Platt and Blake Jenner, ten years to complete.

Before The Impeachment premieres on September 7, read more about the actress in this article.

#1. Beanie Feldstein Is an Educated Woman

Beanie Feldstein holding a book titled "Feminists Don't Wear Pink and other lies" Feldstein went on to Wesleyan University in Middletown, Connecticut, after attending Harvard-Westlake School throughout her elementary school years. In 2015, the sociology major received her bachelor’s degree from a liberal arts college.

#2. Her Real Name

Beanie Feldstein and Ben Platt in a funny photo

Beanie Feldstein’s full name is Elizabeth Greer Feldstein, but there’s a fascinating backstory surrounding how she got the nickname “Beanie.” “For the first five years of my life, I had a British nanny.” In a 2015 feature with The Wesleyan Argus, her alma mater’s student newspaper, she remarked, “Elizabeth was the name of the girl she used to nanny in England.”

#3. She Is Surrounded by Stars

Beanie Feldstein and Ben Platt in a sweet photo together Platt and she met as toddlers at a bat mitzvah, but they didn’t become great friends until they were in high school together. Beanie Feldstein reflected on their connection in 2017 when the Pitch Perfect actor earned his first Tony Award, and the two have stayed close ever since.