Entertainment King Willem-Alexander flies Feyenoord fans to Prague

20:40  24 november  2021
20:40  24 november  2021 Source:   sport1.de

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King Willem-Alexander has flown as a co-pilot of a KLM linient flight from Amsterdam to Prague Feyenoord fans in the Czech capital.

König Willem-Alexander fliegt Feyenoord-Fans nach Prag © Provided by Sport1.de King Willem-Alexander flies Feyenoord fans to Prague

The Dutch King Willem-Alexander flew as a co-pilot of a KLM linient flight from Amsterdam to Prague Fans of Feyenoord Rotterdam in the Czech capital. The fans were amazed in disbelief as they discovered their head of state in the cockpit. "I think he's a true Feyenoord fan now," said a trailer to the Rotterdam TV channel RTV Rijnmond.

regardless of the result of the conference league game at Slavia Prague on Thursday (18.45 clock), the king has already made the journey to an unforgettable experience, so the tenor. Only after landing in Prague learned the fans who the pilot was and shot photos.

The king was actually known to Fan of Ajax Amsterdam until now. To get his pilot license, he regularly flies schedules of the Dutch-French airline KLM. When traveling to state visits, he is also often a pilot of the official government aircraft on the outward flight.

The Feyenoord fans had another reason to enjoy: in Prague they are allowed to cheer their team in the stadium. In the Netherlands, viewers are temporarily excluded according to the new Corona guidelines of all sporting events.

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