The royal pair, who often speak out about climate change action, flew on a nine-seater Cessna 500 XL provided by NetJets, a plane-sharing service for the ultra-rich which allegedly cost £20,000 for the round trip. Speaking about the environment, Prince Harry recently said: “Every choice, every action makes a difference.” It is the second time in two weeks Prince Harry, 34, has used a private jet.
Prince Harry took a private flight to Sardinia recently for the climate change summit at Google Camp.
Flying is the fastest-growing cause of climate change and if aviation was a country, it would be the seventh-worst polluter globally.
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's aircraft of choice creates seven times more CO2 per person than commercial flights.
Prince Harry and Meghan went on the mini-break to celebrate her 38th birthday.
The Sussexes and son Archie, three months, were said to have spent six days on the island – where Meghan has previously holidayed with friends.
It is not clear who paid for Harry and Meghan’s £20,000 round trip to Ibiza but Harry’s friend, Nacho Figueras, is known to be a big user of the billionaire’s uber equivalent, NetJets.