AIANZ CE Simon Wallace speaks to 1News after PM plane problems

A history of PM plane problems as latest trip runs into turbulence

The NZDF Boeing 757 in which Prime Minister Christopher Luxon was due to fly to Tokyo in last night has had a long list of issues going back years.

Luxon had to catch a commercial flight to Tokyo last night after the Defence Force plane blew two fuses while refuelling in Papua New Guinea – the second time he’s had to do so since taking office in December.

Should we scrap flying politicians on NZDF planes? Some experts think it’s time for commercial flights to take centre-stage – as spoken to 1News Digital Reporter, James Ball

Watch: AIANZ Chief Executive speaks to 1News about the Prime Minister’s aircraft issues

Read the full 1News article here

2 thoughts on “AIANZ CE Simon Wallace speaks to 1News after PM plane problems

  1. ken MacKenzie says:

    It’s a rort to get new aircraft/media beat up. They did okay on the Vanuatu airlift. Get a civilian engineering outfit to do the maintenance

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *