The Queen of Great Britain died a few days ago at the age of 96: Photo: Reuters
London: The tracking of a special Royal Air Force plane carrying the body of Britain’s late Queen Elizabeth II has set a new record.
According to foreign media, the tracking of the Royal Air Force plane carrying the body of the late Queen Elizabeth II has set a new record. More than 5 million people tracked the one-hour and 12-minute flight of the Royal Air Force plane that brought the body of the Queen of Great Britain from Edinburgh, the capital of Scotland.
According to websites that keep records of aircraft flights, more than 296,000 people have watched the plane on YouTube, while about 4.8 million people have tracked the plane carrying the body of Queen Elizabeth II on flight tracking websites and apps.
After the special plane landed at Northolt, the body of Queen Elizabeth has been delivered to Buckingham Palace. On this occasion, the car with the coffin of the Queen has stopped the traffic around it. Devoted.
Queen Elizabeth II, the longest-reigning monarch of Great Britain, died a few days ago at the age of 96.