Queen Consort Camilla
Moment of shock shortly before landing in London
Incident during return flight of King Consort Camilla from India to England. On approach to London, a bird damaged the plane.
Shocking moment for Queen Consort Camilla (75) on her flight from India to Great Britain. According to information from the “Daily Mail”, the plane in which the king’s wife was flying was hit by a bird and severely damaged the nose. According to the report, the wife of King Charles III. (73) on a British Airways flight from Bangalore to London Heathrow when the Boeing 777-200ER collided with a bird on approach to land shortly before 1 p.m. local time on Friday afternoon. A large dent can be seen at the tip of the aircraft’s nose on the pictures shown.
Buckingham Palace has not yet commented on the incident, but the king’s wife is said to have been on the plane after a ten-day spa stay in India. At no time was there a risk of the plane crashing. A spokesman for the airline said the passenger plane landed safely and all customers were able to disembark as usual. The aircraft is now being examined more closely, but it is assumed that it can soon be reintegrated into normal operations.