The UK authorities is getting its personal 'Air Drive One'
UK Prime Minister David Cameron and cupboard ministers are set to get their very personal Air Pressure One beneath new authorities plans. Reuters reviews that as a part of a spending assessment due subsequent week, Chancellor George Osborne will announce that £10 million might be spent on retrofitting an RAF Voyager A330 plane (pictured above), which often operates as an air-to-air refuelling and transport plane, so it may be used for official authorities journeys.
In contrast to Air Drive One, the brand new plane will not be luxurious and it will save £775,000 ($1.18 million) that was usually spent on chartering personal flights. Nevertheless, a authorities spokesperson has confirmed the aircraft may even be made out there to the Royal household, so do not anticipate issues to be too uncomfortable.
The thought for a UK-fashion Air Drive One was first put ahead by former Labour Prime Minister Tony Blair in 2008 and was subsequently dubbed ‘Blair Drive One’ by the media. Nevertheless, then chancellor Gordon Brown scrapped plans to purchase two personal jets after the undertaking was anticipated to value as much as £one hundred million ($153 million).