The Ukrainian presidential plane should pass through Brasilia tomorrow

The Ukrainian presidential plane should pass through Brasilia tomorrow
picture – Mike Burdette

Brasilia may soon receive another presidential plane, but only this time from a country invaded by Russia: Ukraine.

Last week, the federal capital received the visit of two Boeing 777 planes from Japan, carrying the Prime Minister of Japan, Fumio Kishida, who then continued to visit Paraguay and returned to Brazil via Guarulhos in São Paulo.

Now the visit should be from the Airbus ACJ319, the VIP version of the A319 commercial airliner, from Ukraine. The plane was already in Brasilia in December last year, during a technical refueling stop, where Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky held a quick meeting with a representative of Itamarati, at the same Brasilia air base.

This time, the plane will arrive to transport the First Deputy Prime Minister of Ukraine, Yulia Sverdenko. The plane already has a reserved parking space at Ezeiza Airport in Buenos Aires, and according to the local administration, it is scheduled to land at 2 a.m. next Monday, the 13th, coming from Brasilia.

In this way, it is possible to estimate the take-off time from the Brazilian federal capital at 10pm tomorrow, Sunday, May 12.

On the flight tracking app FlightRadar24, there is a schedule for the plane to go to the Global South, departing from Krakow, Poland, then making a short domestic flight to Rzeszow, then to Belgrade, Serbia and then to the island of Sal, on the Cape. the green. Given this schedule and the direct flight from Sal Island to Brasilia, landing in the Federal Capital will be around 7pm on Sunday. It is worth noting that this entire schedule is a preview and may change without notice.

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