John Travolta takes to the sky in private plane during coronavirus quarantine

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Being under quarantine because of the coronavirus pandemic hasn't stopped John Travolta from getting out of the house and into the sky.

The actor, 66, who is also a licensed pilot since he was 22 years old, posted a video on Tuesday from the cockpit of one of his planes.

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"It’s always exciting to get back in here again!" Travolta said in the caption as he turned the camera to the blue sky outside the window.

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Travolta owns a few planes, including a Boeing 707-138 that he keeps at his Florida home.

His wife, actress Kelly Preston, told The Telegraph in 2018 that she loves being flown around by her husband. "John and I travel all the time," she said. "He’s had his license for almost 30 years."

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"At our house in Ocala, northern Florida, we have the planes parked out front because we have a runway attached. I never get nervous when John’s piloting because he’s calm in any situation and can handle the pressure. He’s flown us all over the world — Russia, South Africa, Australia, Tahiti, the UK, the US and the Far East," she added.

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Back in November 2019, Travolta posted a photo of his 8-year-old son Benjamin in the cockpit of a plane. "My son Ben is taking my place! His first A380 @qantas flight," the "Grease" star captioned the photo.

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Travolta became a Qantas Ambassador in June 2002, according to the airline company.

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"Upon commencing our Spirit of Friendship Tour, John was presented with his 747-400 'wings', having undergone extensive training with Qantas in Sydney and Boeing in Seattle," Qantas said.