THE jet used by Harry and Meghan to fly to Spain’s White Island came from a fleet dubbed the ‘Uber for Billionaires,’ it has been revealed.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex used a plane from a billion-dollar company, NetJets, which manages the largest fleet of private jets in the world.
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Harry, 34, and Meghan, 38, had flown to Ibiza for a secret six-day trip with flights said to have costs €21,000.
Flight logs seen by the MailOnline have revealed the Royal couple flew from the VIP Farnborough Airport in Hampshire on a Gulfstream 200.
The return flight is understood to have used a NetJet owned nine-seater Cessna 500 XL.
It is not know who paid for the flights with representatives of the privacy conscious couple refusing to disclose the cost to the taxpayer.
Harry’s close pal Nacho Figueras, an Argentine polo player, is known to have a jet managed by Netjet.
It is possible Meghan and Harry may have borrowed their close friend’s plane for their Spanish getaway.
NetJets has 750 planes for hire worldwide and boasts of offering an ‘unmatched experience’ to rich clients.