Aging federal planes used for VIP passengers will soon be restricted from flying

Aging federal planes used for VIP passengers will soon be restricted from flying 1


Two of the four planes used for VIP travel will soon face restrictions on where they can fly. Glen McGregor has the exclusive details. #cdnpoli

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28 Comments on "Aging federal planes used for VIP passengers will soon be restricted from flying"

  1. It is disgusting how they lack any foresight in the socalled Defense Dept. and the Prime Minister’s Office and Government. Absolutely childlike.

  2. Ah, more money on the taxpayers.

  3. BOHICA DropShort | November 4, 2019 at 8:43 PM | Reply

    The Canadian way.

  4. Walk the talk. He can reduce his carbon footprint by taking a bus and no more flights

  5. Maybe get one of those Boeing 737 Max.

  6. Tlme to buy this prime minister a new bicycle and a canoe for domestic or international trips. Instead of the talk and talk do the actual walk for climate change!!
    Of course this is Harper’s fault again too!

  7. Wait..carbon foot print!??!!..maybe we should buy them all bicycles. HOW DARE YOU FLY!!

  8. Looks like more taxpayer money is going to be spent – but turdeau doesn’t have enough for Canadian Veterans who really deserve it unlike the sniveler he is….

  9. snarky Mc snarkface | November 4, 2019 at 9:46 PM | Reply

    So…. does this mean Canada we will not have priminister blackface running around being an international embarrassment.

    Oh this is not a problem it is a blessing. We can solve the problem once priminister blackface is out of office.

  10. Well perfect , he can lease Greta’s Sailboat for international trips and use Uber for domestic travel… Yes to a low carbon footprint.

  11. They’ll be bought right away. While our teachers strike and our food gets more expensive… Anyone else drinking lead water?

  12. 1:28 Hey! Dipsh*t! If you built PIPELINES to get Canadian oil to WORLD MARKETS with the revenue generated Canada could afford new planes for the Prime Minister! >:I

  13. Sahib Al-shemeri | November 4, 2019 at 10:10 PM | Reply

    Rest assured that they will be replaced with the best used aircraft found in an Australian government warehouse.

  14. Carbon footprint much?

  15. Jordan VanSlingerland | November 4, 2019 at 11:20 PM | Reply

    Aviation bois; where’s the Challenger jumbo jet on the tarmac? What’s the A310 and CRJ replacements going to be

  16. Trudeau should live his virtual signaling image and strictly use only a canoe and skis to get to international meetings.

  17. William Maldera | November 5, 2019 at 1:17 AM | Reply

    Resurrect Avro !!!!

  18. Uber air.

  19. Omg. Might have to fly economy like a commoner. The horror.

  20. dracky drackula | November 5, 2019 at 9:41 AM | Reply

    Trudeau should pan handle in front of the parliament to raise money for a plane.

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