The FAA's registry shows a Gulfstream Aerospace jet owned by Flying Squirrel LLC, the name previously reported for Teresa Heinz-Kerry's private charter jet company. The company's listed address resembles that of the Heinz Family Foundation.
The White House did not instantly reply to Fox News' call for comment, Nor did the Heinz family office.
According to FAA records, the jet's registration document originated in July of 2005 and expires in October of 2023.
While it's vague exactly how much Kerry profited from his wife's company, private jets have been determined to emit upward of 40 times as much carbon per customer as commercial flights.
"We look forward to the anti-carbon lectures from a guy who travels the globe on private jets and luxury yachts," read a New York Post editorial last year.
During his 2004 presidential run, Kerry's campaign made 60 payments to his wife's charter jet company, totaling $273,171, the New York Post reported.
As late as 2013, his executive branch personnel financial disclosure showed Kerry owning "over $1,000,001" in assets for "Flying Squirrel LLC" through his wife.
Kerry's financial confessions from 2009-2012 also show that amount.
World leaders gathered virtually Monday for the Climate Adaptation Summit, an online meeting hosted by the Netherlands with hopes of developing practical solutions and funding for dealing with climate change between now and 2030.
The online program featured leaders from around the world, including China's Deputy Prime Minister Han Zheng, German Chancellor Angela Merkel, French President Emmanuel Macron, British Prime Minister Boris Johnson and other leaders.
Representing the United States was Kerry, former Secretary of State, who has been selected by President Joe Biden to be Washington's new special climate agent. Kerry told the group the Biden administration has made fighting climate change a top priority and said the U.S. is proud to be back as a leader on the issue.
“We have a president now, thank God, who leads, tells the truth and is seized by this issue,” Kerry said. “And President Biden knows that we have to mobilize in unprecedented ways to meet a challenge that is fast accelerating. And he knows we have limited time to get it under control.” Yea, but how are we going to do that with your private jet hanging around?
Kerry said that is the reason Biden quickly rejoined the Paris climate agreement that former U.S. President Donald Trump withdrew from formally last November. Trump first announced the U.S. was pulling out of the agreement in 2017, but United Nations regulations prevented it from being official until November.