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Patriots Offer Rare Inside Look At ‘AirKraft’ Team Planes In Latest Video
January 14, 2022
The New England Patriots fly around the country whenever they need to win a game. We all know that. The Patriots gave us a glance inside their AirKraft team planes. Yes, the Kraft family bought two Boeing 767-300ERs in 2017. Patriots players and members of this organization use the AirKrafts to travel. One of the AirKrafts is a primary jet and the other is used as a backup.
Patriots fans should watch the latest episode of the “Do Your Job” video series to learn more about the flying monsters.
Fun fact? Patriots didn’t make any effort to conceal their identity. The displayed the name all over the plane. The design is in team colors. Interesting, right? The interior of the bird is customized. It has an all-business-class seating arrangement. Legroom and in-flight entertainment screens are here, too.
AirFleets.net reported that N36NE and N225NE were delivered to American Airlines in 1991and retired in early 2016. The planes have two General Electric CF6 turbofan engines.
How much did Kraft pay to pack these birds with great gear? We don’t know. We do know that each of the planes is worth $5.5 million on the open market.
Great images of the Airkraft team planes
The Patriots actually flew to Buffalo in one of their planes. Head coach Bill Belichick and his Patriots players will meet the Bills in the first playoff game.
The Kraft family uses both planes for humanitarian efforts as well. The team decided to donate the use of the private jet to get over 1 million N95 supply masks from China.
Early in the pandemic, a Boeing 767-300ER flew to Boston from Anchorage, Alaska. It carried $1.2 million N95 masks. These masks were used to help the frontline.
Boston needed help in the fight against the virus.
Kraft is serious about his birds. He is also serious about winning part. New England players fly in style and this video is everything you need to see these days. It’s the symbol of a great adventure, especially if you are into monster gadgets.
Radmila graduated with a degree in Translation & Interpreting. She is an NBA and NFL writer for The Ball Zone, and has been covering popular sports topics for several years. A loyal Lakers fan, she puts energy into reporting big roster moves, potential trades, on-court-accomplishments, and off-court rumors.