Plane used by King and Queen grounded after windows missing at 10,000 feet


A plane that was used by the King and Queen for their state visit to France last month was grounded after its windows blew out at 10,000 feet, according to reports.

Royal Plane Grounded

The aircraft, which has also been used by PM Rishi Sunak and Foreign Secretary James Cleverly on official trips abroad, was taken out of service for the Royal family and government officials and has since been used for private clients.

Security Scare

The incident occurred during the plane's first private commercial trip from Stansted London to Orlando, Florida on October 4. As the plane reached about 10,000 feet, the crew noticed an "excessive cabin noise." They decided to abort the trip and returned to Stansted, where they discovered that three windows were missing and loose.

No Injuries Reported

Fortunately, no one was injured in the incident. However, this shocking revelation raises concerns about the safety of the jet when members of the Royal family and government officials were on board.

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