After decades, PM’s plane reached Washington without stopping in Germany, the wonder of Air India One Plane


Prime Minister Narendra Modi is currently in the US to attend the Quad Summit and address the United Nations General Assembly. The Prime Minister left for the US on Wednesday on an Air India flight. Decades later, this occasion comes when the prime minister’s plane did not land in Frankfurt City in Germany after taking off from New Delhi and landed directly in the US. Actually, during such a long journey earlier, the plane had to land in Germany to get fuel, but this time the PM reached America directly.

The credit goes to PM Modi’s state-of-the-art Air India One plane, which has been recently inducted, for completing this nearly 15-hour long journey. This VVIP aircraft of Air India has been bought for a price of more than 4500 crores. . This aircraft has the capability to fly long distances without stopping. That is, despite flying for long distances, this aircraft does not need to take fuel again.

The prime minister’s plane took off on Wednesday and Pakistani airspace was used en route. Earlier, during the visit of Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan to Sri Lanka, his plane used Indian airspace. This is the second time that the Prime Minister flew in a new Air India One aircraft. Earlier he had gone to Bangladesh by this plane in the month of March this year. However, it was only a brief visit.


Prior to this, the plane of the Indian Prime Minister always used to land in Frankfurt, Germany. PM Modi visited the US for the last time in the year 2019. The PM had participated in Howdy Modi organized in Houston during this visit. During this visit also his plane had stopped in Frankfurt. Former Prime Minister Manmohan Singh’s plane also used to stop in Frankfurt.



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