Flying Kim Air is no breeze.
Kim Kardashian has a strict set of rules in place for passengers who want a seat on her $150 million private jet — and she doesn’t even make exceptions for her own family members.
The Skims founder laid down the law while chatting with her sister Kendall Jenner ahead of their trip to Milan for a Prada fashion show in Thursday’s episode of Hulu’s “The Kardashians.”
Kardashian, 41, made it very clear in the conversation that she wants to keep her custom G650ER aircraft pristine.
When the 818 Tequila founder, 26, told her sister via FaceTime that she was “just going to go get a quick spray tan” before their flight, Kardashian reacted with hesitation.
“A spray tan before my flight?” the Skims creator asked.
“No, it’s a three-hour one so I sit in it for three hours and then shower it off,” Jenner explained.
But the makeup mogul wouldn’t hear of it, noting that the cream interior is too nice to risk staining.
“Have you seen the cashmere seats?” the “Selfish” author asked. “You cannot get your spray tan on my cashmere seats.”
Kardashian continued, “Let me know if you like any snacks because I have, like, waffles and I have a freezer so, like, I live it up on there.”
The Skkn founder subsequently critiqued her sibling’s decision to request pasta for their in-flight meal, saying, “We’re going to be in f–king Italy. We’re not going to eat pasta before we go.”
This isn’t the first time that Kardashian has made demands for those looking to board her ritzy jet.
The mom of four shared in a June episode of her family’s reality show that she requests “no shoes on the plane,” instead having her passengers wear “custom Skims slippers.”
She joked, “Don’t breathe. Don’t touch a thing.”
That same month, Kardashian did, however, seem relaxed when she allowed her eldest daughter, North, to bring her friends aboard the plane to celebrate her 9th birthday.
Kardashian purchased the pricey private jet, the same type that Jeff Bezos owns, in 2021, but it took a year for it to be designed to her liking.
She reportedly worked on the interior with designers Tommy Clements and Waldo Fernandez.
The KKW Beauty creator isn’t the only Kardashian-Jenner to enjoy the luxuries of a private jet.
Her youngest sister, Kylie Jenner, purchased a plane for an estimated $70 million in 2020. She received criticism for making a 17-minute flight earlier this year, getting dubbed a “climate criminal” via social media.