John Travolta has donated an airplane to Georgia's Aviation Hall of Fame.
The actor and avid pilot donated a Gulfstream II, 13wmaz.com reports. The plane was flown into Robbins Air Force base on Tuesday and will be part of the air show there in April, a rep for the base told reporters.
Travolta has long been an aviation lover. A licensed pilot since he was 23, he once told "People" magazine: "I love [flying] so much that I built my house next to a [runway] so I could fly my jet to my front door."
It hasn't always been smooth skies for the actor, though. His in-flight safety videos for Qantas were dubbed "cringe-worthy" by the airline's flight attendants. Check one out below.
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