European Commission president Jean-Claude Juncker used private jets for 21 of 43 official trips from January to November 2018 according to Daily Mail.
Ironically, Jean-Claude used the private jets for nearly half of his worldwide travel as official figures reveal. Yet in his 2018 State of the EU speech he warned of the threat of climate change, which is thought to be exacerbated by emissions from aeroplanes.
The analysis of his spending on flights has brought calls for him to be investigated over his ‘excessive’ use of private flights which are funded by EU taxpayers.
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