Bernard Arnault is a French billionaire, the CEO of the Louis Vuitton Moët Hennessy Group and the second richest man in the world with a fortune of $152 billion. Despite all his regalia, he got scared of Twitter users and sold his plane.
Here's What We Know
The French businessman's private jet has not been registered in France since September 1, 2022. This was informed by the Twitter account @laviondebernanrd, which tracked the billionaire's air movements.
On the Louis Vuitton Moët Hennessy Group podcast, the billionaire confirmed that the plane had been sold. Bernard Arnault now rents private planes that users could not track his movements. The billionaire's son stated that Louis Vuitton Moët Hennessy got rid of the plane back in the summer.
Eco-activists have been tracking the movements of billionaires, including Bernard Arnault, in order to identify the amount of pollution created by planes. Specifically, the account @i_fly_Bernanrd estimated that the private planes of wealthy people who flew into France emitted more than 200 tons of carbon dioxide in just 48 hours of flight time during the first month of fall.
Source: Sky News