PRIME Minister Boris Johnson’s aircraft, the VIP Voyager, was spotted flying over Oxfordshire yesterday.

The plane, which is used to transport Mr Johnson, was being used for routine training, a spokesperson for RAF Brize Norton confirmed.

One eyewitness said he saw the aircraft at about 11.30pm, in various places across West Oxfordshire, including the Eynsham roundabout and Swinford toll bridge.

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He added that the plane was ‘flying very low and round in circles’. He believed the plane was flying at about 600 feet.

The plane was rebranded at a cost of £900,000 recently with a Union Jack livery, and also transports the Royal Family and senior officials to overseas visits.

The new paint scheme is designed to promote the the UK and the mission of ‘global Britain’.