Prince William and Kate Middleton were seen boarding another budget airline with their children days after they were praised for flying commercial while Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are flying private jets.
The Cambridges were returning from a trip to Balmoral in Scotland when they took their second budget flight of the week. The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and their three children took a Flybe flight from Aberdeen International Airport which landed at Norwich Airport on Tuesday at 3.26pm, the Eastern Daily Press reports.
The family were seen stepping off on the runway, with Kate carrying one-year-old Prince Louis.
It is the second time in recent weeks the family opted for more economical air travel. Last Thursday they were spotted getting off a £73 FlyBe plane at Aberdeen Airport before getting into two vehicles.
But it was later claimed that their journey wasn’t as environment-friendly as claimed because the plane was flown empty to pick them up (read here).