PH-KBX, the Fokker 70 that has served as the Dutch government aircraft for more than 20 years and is due to be decommissioned at the end of May, will leave the Netherlands on Thursday 3 August. The plane will depart from Woensdrecht airbase, with its final destination Brisbane, Australia. The trip will take five days, with stops in Emirates, India, Malaysia, Indonesia and Australia for refuelling and crew rest. The ferry flight will be operated by Southern Cross International B.V, a Dutch company specialising in the worldwide delivery of new and used airliners.
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