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Presidency of Argentina replaces VVIP Boeing
Argentina has swapped out its presidential Boeing 757 for a newer VVIP model. The old low-time aircraft was taken in trade and is now being offered for sale in 'as-is' condition.
The original presidential Boeing is now up for sale.

The general secretariat of the Presidency of Argentina has completed the purchase of a Boeing 757 through C&L Aerospace for the purpose of presidential travel. The aircraft is configured in a VVIP layout, seating up to 39 passengers with a main bedroom and two other rooms. Its existing presidential Boeing was traded in to C&L as part of the transaction and is now parked in storage in Buenos Aires.

“We were happy to assist one of our principal customers in acquiring this critical asset for their government,” says SVP sales Martin Cooper. “The nature of our business and the emphasis we put on the relationships we have with our customers lends itself well to helping solve their complex problems and support needs.”

The low-time Boeing 757-200 taken in trade is now being offered for sale by C&L in as-is condition. The aircraft is powered by Rolls-Royce RB211 engines.

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