Gulfstream defect disrupts minister Ollongren’s travel plans

Ollongren would visit Curaçao, Aruba, Sint Maarten and Saba. Defense is also active in the Caribbean. The visit has been postponed for the time being and it is not yet known when Ollongren will travel to the islands, according to a spokeswoman.

The Gulfstream IV of Defense is already 35 years old and often suffers from defects. The aircraft will therefore soon be replaced by a newer Gulfstream from 2015, a G650 with more range and a larger passenger capacity.

After the PH-GOV, a Boeing 737 Business Jet, the Gulfstream is the largest aircraft that the government has at its disposal. It is mainly used to transport the political, military and official top of Defense, such as Minister Ollongren.


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