Thursday, June 10, 2010

Stowaway survives flight from Austria to London on Sheikh's jet

Sources said that the Boeing 747 is understood to belong to Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, the ruler of Dubai and prime minister of the United Arab Emirates.


















The aircraft, operated by Dubai Air Wing, the private fleet used by the Dubai royal family, had been sitting, on the apron for three days after flying in from Geneva by the time it took off just after 6.30pm local time on Sunday bound for London.

Dubai Air Wing operates a small number of 747s which until recently include a dedicated aircraft for transporting racehorses around the world, fitted with its own stables



3 comments:

  1. ok Epic fail. the -41 degrees torture should teach him a lesson.

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  2. another superman or just damn lucky!!!!!!!!


    anyhow, shouldn't this plane be extra-secured since sheikha mohammed is riding it?
    where is security?!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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  3. umm.. so much for security. Can you imagine a stowaway in Air Force One?

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