Daily Beast: Something strange is happening on the west coast of Scotland. According to a report from the Sunday Post, a lot of unusual U.S. military activity has been recorded at one airport that just so happens to be very close to President Donald Trump’s flagship Scottish golf resort.
Plane sightings fuel rumors Trump is planning to escape to Scotland on the day before Biden's inauguration https://t.co/KP3FxpPrAh
— The Daily Beast (@thedailybeast) January 4, 2021
Scotland 🏴 .. I find what’s happening in the USA scary .. we were planning a trip to Vegas late this year .. but it will be years before I would consider going back to 🇺🇸.. so corrupt .. so racist.. @JaneyGodley puts it so well to what I think of Trump pic.twitter.com/QvHaOSb78C
— Alison Plant (@AlisonPlant3) December 30, 2020
In fact, the report states that Prestwick airport has been told to expect the arrival of a U.S. military Boeing 757 plane, one that has reportedly been used by Trump before, on Jan. 19. If that date rings a bell, it’s because it’s the day before Joe Biden’s presidential inauguration.
Are they fuelin' up Trump's Ford Bronco?https://t.co/vRRWu1qN0p
— Tea Pain (@TeaPainUSA) January 4, 2021
The report also states that several U.S. Army aircraft have been spotted carrying out surveillance above Trump’s Turnberry resort in recent weeks. An airport source told the paper: “The survey aircraft was based at Prestwick for about a week. It is usually a sign Trump is going to be somewhere for an extended period.”
Donald Trump could be planning Turnberry trip as Scots airport told to expect a high-flyer the day before Joe Biden’s inauguration
Every plane Trump flies in has a special call sign, including his own personal Boeing 757, which has the call sign Tyson 1.
Air traffic controllers receive details of the arrival of a plane with a US special call sign weeks in advance but are not told exactly which plane when the booking is made. The source at Prestwick airport, who asked to remain anonymous, said:
“There is a booking for an American military version of the Boeing 757 on January 19, the day before the inauguration. That’s one that’s normally used by the Vice-President but often used by the First Lady. Presidential flights tend to get booked far in advance, because of the work that has to be done around it.”