The logistical puzzle of Elizabeth II’s funeral

The reception of hundreds of foreign dignitaries is expected in London for the funeral of Elizabeth II “It will depend on individual limitations” everyone, Downing Street said on Monday after media reports suggested an incentive for commercial flights and an obligation to travel by bus. Based on the government ratings it has obtained, the site political reported on Sunday that world leaders will have to avoid private flights to travel to the United Kingdom for the funeral of the monarch, who died on Thursday at the age of 96.

“Clearly, modalities relating particularly to leaders’ means of transportation will vary according to individual constraints. Recommendations are just recommendations”a spokesman for the British prime minister said on Monday.

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Elizabeth II’s funeral will take place on September 19 at Westminster Abbey in London, the mecca of royal weddings, coronations and burials for nearly a millennium. The Queen’s funeral is a huge logistical and security challenge for the authorities who, for these reasons, would have asked to give priority “when possible” commercial flights to private planes to reach the UK.

500 dignitaries expected

Helicopters are also forgotten to move around the British capital and private cars to get to…

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