#information Qantas delays AFL stars Jeff Brown, Robin Bishop and Richard Goyder on preliminary final day #WorldNews
Qantas nearly RUINS the AFL finals after a flight is compelled to show again shortly after take-off – and among the recreation’s largest names had been onboard
- Jeff Browne, Robin Bishop and Richard Goyder nearly missed preliminary final
- Browne and Bishop’s flight from Melbourne to Sydney rotated mid-air
- It was compelled to land and meet paramedics attributable to an ‘uncommon odor’ within the cabin
- Goyder delayed an hour as a floor crew loaded, unloaded and reloaded cargo
One particular person on board the flight was reportedly handled for smoke inhalation.
Three AFL bigwigs nearly missed the preliminary final due to Qantas flight delays on Saturday morning
AFL chairman Richard Goyder’s (above) flight was delayed an hour as floor crew loaded, unloaded and reloaded cargo
On board was Collingwood president Jeff Browne, his companion Ann Peacock and AFL commissioner Robin Bishop.
The three had been headed for Saturday’s preliminary final at Sydney Cricket Ground.
Qantas managed to get the VIPs onto one other flight and all three touched-down in Sydney by mid-afternoon.
However, devoted AFL followers weren’t all so fortunate with some solely touchdown an hour earlier than the final was set to start.
Collingwood president Jeff Browne (above) was on board a aircraft with AFL commissioner Robin Bishop when their flight rotated and landed due to an ‘uncommon odor’
AFL chairman Richard Goyder was additionally held up by Qantas on recreation day with baggage issues inflicting an hour-long delay on the tarmac.
Goyder’s flight watched on as grounds crew loaded a protracted line of containers earlier than staff realised there was a problem, unloaded and reloaded them.
Fortunately he additionally made it to Sydney in time for the sport.
Daily Mail Australia has contacted Qantas for remark.