Justin Trudeau’s replacement aircraft was deployed to India but was redirected.
According to CBC News, the replacement aircraft dispatched to India to receive Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has been redirected. following Trudeau’s Airbus jet had a problem that stopped him from departing as planned following the G20 Summit, a replacement plane was dispatched. There was no explanation given for the deviation.
Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau traveled to India for the G20 Summit in a 34-year-old CC-150 Polaris Airbus, also known as the “Flying Taj Mahal.”
On Sunday, a technical issue with the aircraft forced Trudeau to remain in India until Tuesday (September 12). According to reports, the aircraft has experienced problems in the past, particularly during Trudeau’s visit to India in 2018.
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