For his extravagant 69th birthday celebration, John Travolta arranges for a private plane to transport himself and his daughter to Las Vegas.

John Travolta celebrated his 69th birthday in style by flying to Las Vegas with his daughter Ella Bleu, 22, and a large group of close friends.

Travolta has always had a passion for flying, earning his pilot’s license at the age of 22 and owning several planes over the years. In the 1990s, he even founded his own airline, Travolta Air. So it’s no surprise that he decided to incorporate his love of flying into his birthday celebrations by chartering a plane for himself and his guests.

The two-time Oscar-nominated actor who sang Summer Nights from Grease in the T-Mobile Super Bowl commercial shared a video of Elvis Presley’s 1964 song Viva Las Vegas on Instagram on Tuesday.

The trip, which the actor documented on camera and condensed into a video for his birthday on Saturday, was inspired by TWA’s famous 1960 ad.

Fly Travolta World Airlines was featured at the bottom of Travolta’s version of the poster he used to introduce the video.

“For my birthday, I wanted to revive my favorite airline poster from my youth! So here we go! Enjoy Las Vegas! Travolta captioned the video.

John Travolta and Ella Bleu appeared in the opening scene of the video, Ella wearing a black maxi dress and John dressed in a smart tuxedo.

Many of the other guests are dressed in formal attire as staff prepares dinner and drinks as they climb the stairs to the plane.

Travolta first shows various shots of his friends and one of him in the seat before showing a clip of the plane taking off from the window seat and sipping a martini.

As the video continues, they land and get into cars, then drive off to Vegas for the night.

Before they hit the tables, they are seen sipping cocktails at a concert in Las Vegas, with one player revealing his dice to the camera before rolling them onto the dice table.


Additionally, there are pictures of other people at the blackjack tables as well as pictures from an aerial acrobatic show.

Travolta spends time with his eldest child Ella at their hotel while filming with her.

The actor is seen briefly talking to his pals in the video before blowing out the candles on his chocolate cake to reveal the entire dinner table.

Before the footage cuts to the next morning, as they board their specially chartered plane, he is seen conversing with one of his friends at a blackjack table.

The video ends with Travolta telling the camera, “So now I’m filming everybody coming on board,” as we witness his friends entering the plane.

Just a few weeks earlier, Travolta appeared alongside Zach Braff and Donald Faison in a Super Bowl commercial for T-Mobile.

Braff and Faison tried to convince Travolta to choose T-Mobile Internet when they sang together a spoof of the famous song Summer Nights from the movie Grease.

The last time Travolta and Bruce Willis appeared together on screen was the previous year in Paradise City.

He will also reprise his role on the TV series Quibi as Ron Wilcox in the upcoming Die Hart: The Movie, which opens on February 24.

No release date has been given, although the actor also has The Shepherd, based on the novel by Frederick Forsyth, in post-production.

He also has Cash Out with Lukas Haas, Kristin Davis, and Quavo and American Metal with Stephen Dorff and Ashley Benson.

Travolta’s dedication to his craft and his passion for life remains unwavering. As he enters his 70s, we can only imagine what new adventures and experiences he will embrace with the same gusto and enthusiasm he has always displayed.

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