Patriots Offer Rare Inside Look At ‘AirKraft’ Team Planes In New Video

Both planes are over 30 years old

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January 14

Say what you will about the New England Patriots, but you can’t deny that they travel in style.

In 2017, the Patriots purchased a pair of Boeing 767-300ERs that since have become known as the “AirKrafts.” New England uses the planes — one is the primary jet; the other is a backup — primarily for team travel but also for humanitarian efforts, including the pickup and delivery of N95 masks early in the COVID-19 pandemic.

The Patriots on Friday offered an inside look at the planes in the latest episode of the “Do Your Job” video series.

Take a look:

New England used one of its “AirKrafts” on Friday for travel to Buffalo, where it will face the Bills on Saturday in an AFC wild-card matchup.

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