Boris Johnson’s plane’s had its £900k paint job – 9 favourite things people said about it
You might have read how Boris Johnson wanted the plane that he occasionally uses to fly overseas to be given a red, white and blue paint job because he thought its grey colour a bit drab.
Well now the so-called prime minister’s new-look transport has been revealed and, well, have a look for yourself.
Sky News showing footage of the PM’s Voyager taking off for the first time after its £900k paint job pic.twitter.com/BVnOCjMJYH
— John Stevens (@johnestevens) June 25, 2020
Here are our 9 favourite things people said about it.
This cost £900,000. It’s a fucking tail. pic.twitter.com/pQ4mNO6Gph
— James Felton (@JimMFelton) June 25, 2020
They should have called it Con Air.
— Robin Flavell (@RobinFlavell) June 25, 2020
If they'd asked, I'm sure I could've helped them find someone to do that cheaper. https://t.co/a2XEexXpJW
— Martin Lewis (@MartinSLewis) June 25, 2020
450,000 school meals it cost to make this airborne brexit dildo https://t.co/RmNwjR2O7s
— TechnicallyRon (@TechnicallyRon) June 25, 2020
I take it all back. Absolute bargain. https://t.co/Ixm8vnzCDo
— James O'Brien (@mrjamesob) June 25, 2020
Looking forward to when this metaphor in waiting drops out of the fucking sky because they've deported all the maintenance crew https://t.co/R9REWBrE9D
— Frankie Boyle (@frankieboyle) June 25, 2020
It looks like BA. Most people will assume it’s BA. Why doesn’t he just fly BA?
— Rhys Phillips 🇪🇺 (@RhysPOspreys) June 25, 2020
Air Farce 1
— Jamie Dorrington (@JADorrington) June 25, 2020
First glimpse of the PM’s new Voyager aeroplane after its £900K paintjob pic.twitter.com/CkFtVZx4Q8
— christhebarker (@christhebarker) June 25, 2020
Just in the interests of balance and all that …
And not forgetting this.
You can slap all the Union Jacks you like on the RAF's Voyager but nothing can disguise the fact that it's actually an Airbus A330 – perhaps the finest example of EU and European collaboration in the skies
Assembled in France, fitted in Spain and powered by Rolls Royce engines https://t.co/Sj5htkNhKb
— Otto English (@Otto_English) June 25, 2020