Chiwenga's Charter Plane Cost $500k, Has Intensive Care On Board

4 years agoSat, 23 Feb 2019 15:01:52 GMT
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Chiwenga's Charter Plane Cost $500k, Has Intensive Care On Board

Vice President Constantino Chiwenga’s chartered plane is a specialised flying hospital, according to a ZimLive report.

The aircraft which Chiwenga chartered reportedly cost US$500 000 to India and back to Zimbabwe. The plane is a Boeing 737-700 owned by Royal Jets of Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates.

The plane has an Intensive Care Unit which can take up to three ICU patients, and also has a specialised health team on board.

Among other services that it offers, Royal Jet says on its website:

Our medical flight team includes experts in the fields of cardiology, paediatrics, neonatal and intensive care, and is supported by the most advanced medical technology. The dedicated Medevac fleet includes a fully customisable Boeing Business Jets, capable of reaching even the most distant destinations.

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More: ZimLive.com



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