40 million private jet touches down at Nelson Airport A private jet worth about $40 million landed at Nelson Airport on Wednesday, fuelling rumours that a celebrity might be in town.
The red and white Gulfstream G650 G VI, registration N922H, was spotted on the tarmac at the airport in the afternoon. There has been speculation that the jet may be transporting Adele who has three concertsin Auckland, starting on Thursday night or possiblyJustinBieber, who has been travelling around the country during the past week but is now on his way to Chile. bieber or adele. READ MORE: Going to Adele? Here's everything you need to know Adele: Would it have been cheaper to fly to Melbourne to see her? Probably JustinBieberleaves NZ after a 200m adrenaline mens ray ban sunglasses inducing jump and a new tattoo A spokeswoman for Adele's New Zealand tour refused to confirm or deny if ray ban glasses frames the singer was visiting Nelson before her Auckland show. She said she had "no idea" where Adele was. Social media has rayban sunglasses for sale been abuzz with unconfirmed sightings, including one from Nelson womanMelanie ray ban 4125 Stevenson who claimed that Adele had been spotted outside the Styx restaurant and bar on Nelson's Wakefield Quay. Areport fromThe Edgesuggests that it could indeed be the British songstress, although they too appear to beworkingon very little hard evidence. Nelson Airport chief executive Rob Evans said he couldn't comment on the jet as it was "by nature, private". "We are getting an increasing amount of private jets which is a good thing," he said.
The jet is owned by Honeywell Aircraft Leasing LLC in Morristown, New Jersey, in the United States, according to the Federal Aviation Administration. The Gulfstream G650 G VI is the same aircraft model as one owned by Sir Peter Jackson, although this model has a different registration. The aircraft was was built in 2014 and seats seats 11 passengersin first class seats, which is understood to be a corporate rather than VIP configuration.
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