The flight that was scheduled to take Prime Minister Justin Trudeau of Canada home after vacationing in Jamaica experienced complications that resulted in Trudeau and his family having to board a different plane.
This was not the first time one of Trudeau’s aircraft malfunctioned. Similar circumstances happened when Trudeau was in New Delhi, India, for the G-20 summit last September. Due to technical issues with his return flight, he had to spend an extra day in the Indian capital.
In the latest incident, Trudeau and his family had taken a vacation in Jamaica, and when they were leaving on January 4th, aircraft Challenger CFC001 experienced mechanical difficulties.
Another aeroplane was subsequently arranged for the family, allowing them to reach home safely in Ottawa.
Public concerns have arisen because the cause of both plane malfunctions is still unknown.