According to Flightradar24, the most followed aircraft was a United States Air Force Boeing C-40C registered number 09-0540. It carried Nancy Pelosi, Speaker of the US House of Representatives.
Nancy Pelosi boarded the plane that took off from Andrews Air Force Base, Maryland and headed towards the Pacific Ocean on July 30. Users from all over the globe were fascinated by the flight. Flightradar24, which tracks aircraft movements, says that more than 100,000 people followed the flight. A 59-year old Boeing RC-135W “Rivet Joint” held the title of most-tracked aircraft in March. It was followed by approximately 10,000 people.
Pelosi will visit Japan, South Korea and Malaysia, as well as Singapore. Due to Nancy Pelosi’s possible visit to Taiwan, the plane attracted much attention. This could result in an armed conflict between the United States of America and China. Pelosi will become the first Speaker of the US House of Representatives in 25 Years to fly to Taiwan.
On July 28, the Chinese President Xi Jinping called Joe Biden by telephone to warn him that he was “playing on fire” and could be burned.
It was discovered yesterday that Flightradar24 had hidden the location of Nancy Pelosi’s plane.