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Drake's envy-inducing private aircraft, known among fans as Air Drake, is being utilized by the Sacramento Kings.

TMZ reported over the weekend that the Boeing 767 will take the players and members of the coaching staff to India. The flight, which spans more than 20 hours, is set for Monday and was arranged by owner Vivek Ranadive ahead of a pair of Pacers showdowns in Mumbai on Friday and Saturday.

The Kings' Buddy Hield was recently asked about the lengthy flight, revealing that he had been informed of a WiFI nonexistence that may or may not lead to him re-binging Game of Thrones.

"I heard there's gonna be no WiFi, so I don't know," he said of his plans for the flight. "I'll have to download a bunch of movies, maybe watch Game of Thrones again, or just find something I gotta binge-watch. That's a good time to connect with your teammates, too."

As reports on Air Drake matters broke down in deep detail over the summer, the flight-easing travel piece was apparently made possible by Cargojet, presumably with all that inevitable free publicity in mind. 

"No rental, no timeshare, no co-owners," Drake previously touted when sharing glimpses at the plane with his fans on Instagram. The plane, per reports, is 23 years young and boasts renovations and customizations estimated to have cost between $80 million and $100 million.