For its first time in Buenos Aires, the Argentinian Air Force One made a remarkable arrival!
Argentina’s new presidential aircraft, a Boeing 757, was spotted in Buenos Aires.
The aircraft was arriving from Miami. It was stored between March 31 and May 17, 2023 at Salina Airport before getting a new livery at Dallas Airport.
The Rolls-Royce RB211-powered Boeing 757 was initially delivered to Iberia in April 2000 and was used by the airline until 2005.
Between 2005 and 2022, Fun Air, a manufacturer of inflatable water toys for superyachts, owned the aircraft, which was registered as N757AG.
Llega el 757 presidencial y antes de pisar suelo argentino sale este MAMARRACHO.
Parece que no fue suficiente con el 737, los aero kumpas siguen demostrando falta de criterio amparado por el poder.
Argentina patética!!!! pic.twitter.com/jDFrSyGYYf
— Vuelos y Viajes (@flysicardi) May 25, 2023
According to C&L Aerospace, the new aircraft can seat up to 39 passengers, and features a bedroom and two other rooms.