WWE Corporate Plane Travels To Saudi Arabia
The first WWE corporate flight in a year landed in Riyadh over the weekend
Images surfaced over the weekend of WWE’s corporate plane at Dublin Airport. While obviously no shows are currently running outside of the United States, fans on social media began speculating why WWE officials were in Ireland.
Investigative work by Heel By Nature, which looked at the flight history, showed that WWE’s corporate plane left Westchester County Airport on February 14, stopping briefly at Dublin airport. The plane then flew on to a destination that was only listed as “n/a”.
On February 15, the plane flew from the King Khalid International Airport in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, to Dublin, before plane eventually going back to the States.
What’s worth noting is this is the first WWE corporate flight since February 2020, which was for the Super Showdown pay-per-view. WWE were initially meant to run two shows in Saudi Arabia in 2020, but the second was cancelled due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Vince McMahon himself has travelled to Saudi Arabia in the past to meet with the General Sports Authority regarding the WWE’s controversial deal with Saudi Arabia, but there was no word on if McMahon was on this particular flight.