The king of the Netherlands sat at the helm of a passenger plane: fans flew to a football match

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 The King of the Netherlands sat at the helm of a passenger plane: fans were flying to a football match

His Majesty flew an international flight to Prague as co-pilot.

At the helm of a passenger plane of the Dutch airline KLM, which the fans of the Feyenoord football club flew to an away match in Prague, was the King of the Netherlands Willem-Alexander.

This was announced on Thursday, November 25, in the press -service of the club on Twitter, posting a photo of the monarch in the cockpit.

As is known from messages in the Dutch press, the king has a pilot's license and operates international incognito flights at least twice a month.

The most common passengers on these flights are business people traveling to the UK, Germany, Norway and other European countries. This time, the fans of Feyenord Rotterdam are in luck, which in the framework of the UEFA Conference League tournament on Thursday, November 25, meets with Slavia Prague.

According to media reports, King Willem-Alexander is a fan of Ajax, but his wife Maxima is a fan of Feyenoord.

Recall that earlier the King of the Netherlands Willem-Alexander and his wife Queen Maxima congratulated the Olympic medalists at the Nordeinde Palace in The Hague.

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