Air Force Two plane used by US Vice President seen over Cheshire before landing at Liverpool Airport

The military aircraft dubbed Air Force Two has flown over Cheshire this morning before landing in Liverpool.

The Boeing C-32, a modified 757 which is most commonly used as the US vice president’s transport, flew directly over Warrington and Runcorn before arriving at Liverpool John Lennon Airport.

An eye-witness has captured an image of the plane and a video showing several police cars and vehicles driving away from the airport.

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Twitter user @H1992C posted: “What’s going on in Liverpool? United States of America plane has arrived and loads of police and press cars?”

The plane arrived at around 10.30am and the reason for its trip from across the pond is unclear at this stage.

It is commonly referred to as Air Force Two, which is the air traffic control call sign held by any US Air Force aircraft carrying the vice president.

The current vice president is Kamala Harris.

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