Amazingly, Argentina’s new president Boeing 757 arrives at your home

Amazingly, Argentina’s new president Boeing 757 arrives at your home

A demonstration from the video appears below in this article

This Thursday afternoon, May 25, “Argentina 01”, the new plane of the Argentine president, arrived at the Aeroparque in Buenos Aires, coming from Miami, in the United States. His arrival, in bad weather, was registered by a good low over the airfield.

The Boeing 757 VIP, which is now registered as ARG-01, had taken off from Miami in the morning, where it had been since May 19, after completing the journey at Dallas/Fort Worth airport. Previously, he had left the airport in Salina, in the state of Kansas in the United States, where he got his current painting job and was filled in for his new role. The flight arrived at 5:25 pm local time air way.

See below some of the videos shared on social media when the Boeing 757-200 was seen from outside and inside the airport:

The aircraft was built in 2000 and delivered to Spain’s Iberia, and was later flown by Air Astana, from Kazakhstan, with a VIP configuration set to operate Funair flights until the end of last year, when it was purchased by Argentina.

Last April, C&L Aerospace, a subsidiary of C&L Aviation Group, successfully completed the sale of a Boeing 757 VIP aircraft to the Argentine government for presidential transportation. The transaction included the exchange of the President’s old Boeing 757 aircraft with a US$25 million loan approved by the Argentine government to finance the ten-year purchase.

The new presidential plane can accommodate up to 39 passengers and has two additional bedrooms. The old Boeing 757-200, with Rolls-Royce RB211 engines, will be offered for sale by C&L “as is”. It is currently parked at El Palomar Airport in Greater Buenos Aires, with its engines covered and ready to be delivered as part of a new aircraft procurement plan.

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