The Boeing 747 Air Force One Is Now Up for Sale for $28 Million
If it's good enough for The Emperor...
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August 16, 2019 - by RACHEL CORMACK for robbreport.com
The Air Force One of Japan Is Now Up for Sale for $28 Million
If you've been scanning the skies for your next private plane, you need look no further: A very special jumbo jet has just popped up on our radar, and can be yours for a cool $28 million.
The two 747-400s that served the Japanese officials
Built in 1991, the GE CF6 powered jumbo jet has chauffeured 14 Japanese prime ministers, the country's emperor, delegates and various VIPs, for nearly three decades. Aside from its prestigious past, the plane is in near-pristine condition.
According to the listing, the 28-year-old aircraft has tallied 13,569 landings and accrued just 16,332 hours of flight time—and most of those hours were probably short training flights taken by the crews of the Japanese Air Force...
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