#UK 'Airbus Albo' refuses to fly commercial to Queen's funeral - Buck Palace to move leaders by BUS #UKnews

#UK ‘Airbus Albo’ refuses to fly commercial to Queen’s funeral – Buck Palace to move leaders by BUS #UKnews

#UK ‘Airbus Albo’ refuses to fly commercial to Queen’s funeral – Buck Palace to move leaders by BUS #UKnews

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‘Airbus Albo’ refuses to fly commercial to the Queen’s funeral – as Buckingham Palace tells world leaders they are going to be shipped round on BUSES

  •  British authorities requested world leaders to take commercial flights to London
  •  Australian Prime Minister Anthony Albanese – ‘Airbus Albo’ – refused to achieve this

Prime Minister Anthony Albanese has refused to get a commercial flight to London for Queen Elizabeth’s funeral regardless of being requested to achieve this by the UK authorities. 

Heads of states and their companions have been requested to journey on commercial flights to England for the funeral however the man who has come to be referred to as ‘Airbus Albo’ for his repeated abroad journeys, isn’t falling into line. 

Instead, Mr Albanese will likely be on the Royal Australian Air Force’s VIP jet for the flight to the UK. 

Anthony Albanese and his partner Jodie Haydon board a Royal Australian Air Force flight. Mr Albanese will not be getting a commercial flight to Queen Elizabeth's funeral, despite being asked to do so by the UK goverment

Anthony Albanese and his companion Jodie Haydon board a Royal Australian Air Force flight. Mr Albanese won’t be getting a commercial flight to Queen Elizabeth’s funeral, regardless of being requested to achieve this by the UK goverment

‘They’re longstanding plans for myself and the Governor-General (David Hurley) to journey to London and we’ll be doing so on Thursday evening,’ Mr Albanese advised the ABC.

His deputy Richard Marles mentioned Australian prime ministers by no means took commercial flights due to safety issues.

‘That has to be the paramount consideration right here. And I’d add that that is not only a consideration from the perspective of the safety of the prime minister, it is also concerning the safety of the general public,’ Mr Marles advised ABC’s Radio National.

Foreign leaders utilizing helicopters to get round whereas within the UK has additionally been banned, in accordance to paperwork obtained by Politico

Documents obtained by Politico revealed international heads of states and their spouses have been requested to journey on commercial flights and that using helicopters to get round had been banned.

The world leaders attending will as an alternative be bussed round London to the funeral. 

This has not gone down effectively with world leaders, with one international ambassador based mostly in London saying through WhatsApp ‘Can you think about Joe Biden on the bus?’

More to come. 

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