Bernard Arnault has found a solution to avoid the tracking of his private jet


For several months private jets have been at the heart of many news. Several political figures have put forward the idea of ​​purely and simply banning them while accounts on social networks track the movements of billionaires to show their ecological aberration.

Among these accounts, that of @laviondebernard on Instagram is one of the most popular. Very active, he follows in real time the movements of the private jet of Bernard Arnault, the businessman boss of the LVMH group. One of the greatest fortunes in the world travels a lot and sometimes for very short stops.

No more private jet, no more problem

But the incessant hunt for the billionaire has annoyed the main interested party. Today he announces to our colleagues from Radio Classique that he has found a solution to end this follow-up. The boss of LVMH has indeed sold the plane. Since September 1, it is impossible to follow the movements of Bernard Arnault and for good reason, the plane registered in the name of his company no longer flies.

The device has been sold. For Antoine Arnault, son of the businessman, this decision was necessary. “It’s not very good that our competitors can know where we are at all times. » A competitive disadvantage therefore, but also an intrusion into the private life of the billionaire.

Knowing the billionaire’s location to the minute was a big risk for his security teams. With such a role to play in a company like LVMH, Bernard Arnault is a potential target. In order to preserve its “Security and Privacy”in his own words, he decided to sell his aircraft.

But the big boss of LVMH does not make his trips in economy class. He always explains on Radio Classique that before each trip his team rents a private jet to get him to his destination first.

Pollution that worries

Last May, several trips by Bernard Arnault caused a scandal. The businessman had then made 18 flights in the month for 46 hours spent in the air and an emission of greenhouse gases estimated at 176 tonnes of CO2. To get an idea of ​​the pollution caused by such trips, an average Frenchman emits 12 tonnes of CO2 per year. In a single month, Bernard Arnault has therefore polluted as much as a Frenchman in 15 years.

Around the world many accounts are born on social networks to monitor the activity of the great men (and women) of this world. Their private jet movements are closely monitored. One of the most famous accounts tracks the movements of Tesla or SpaceX boss Elon Musk.

Today pollution is responsible for the premature death of 9 million people each year in the world. In addition to this direct health risk, the climate impact is catastrophic. In its latest report, the IPCC warned precisely about “very polluting” uses which had to be “stopped immediately”.

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