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Taylor Swift Sells One of Her Private Jets

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It’s unclear how much she paid for the aircraft back then, but similar jets are priced anywhere from $1 to 6 million. Since Swift bought it, it’s been registered to a company called SATA, LLC in Nashville … which is believed to stand for family members’ names — father Scott, mother Andrea, Taylor and brother Austin.

According to FAA records … the Falcon 50 was switched over to BoneDoc Aviation, LLC on March 16, which means she transferred ownership just as most of the nation went under stay-at-home orders. Pretty good timing.

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