The presidential plane Boeing 787 XC-Mix departed this afternoon from Mexico City International Airport (AICM) bound to Such as, Japan. On this occasion, it was used as a means of transporting goods, to transport equipment that will be used by Mexican athletesين Who will participate in the competitions Olympic Games.
The plane took off, around 6:00 p.m., from AICM to berth, Alaska, where it is expected to land tonight, to depart tomorrow Wednesday with its final destination to the Japanese capital.
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secretary National Defense (Our master), Luis Crescencio Sandoval, that the presidential plane will transport “all the materials” that the athletes will use in their competitions, as well as the medical team.
“(The cabin crew) will be back as soon as all the personnel and materials have left there, and come back later to coordinate the date they will have to go to everything they are going to carry today,” he said.
The presidential plane responsible for Mexican Air Force (familiar), returned to the country on July 2, after receiving maintenance in United State.
This morning, the President of Mexico, Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador, said he had a meeting with the executives of AeroMéxico and Delta, in which he offered them the presidential plane for use in executive flights or “party”.
“(Managers) are thinking about it and now that they have listened to me they will probably think about it more. And other potential customers of the aircraft for the purpose of actually dissolving this aircraft,” the president said.
On May 31, chief Mexican Olympic Committee (With), Carlos Padilla, pointed out in an interview with Latin That the Mexican delegation that will compete in Tokyo Olympics Air Force One, provided by the federal government, will not be used because international protocols to control Covid-19 prevent athletes from traveling on a single flight..
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