GOVERNMENT AIRCRAFTS AFRICA
currently Burkina Faso / Niger & Mali
The Government of Burkina Faso operated 2 Boeing 727's.
The 727 was the first commercial airplane to break the 1,000-sales mark.
This airplane was designed to service smaller airports with shorter runways than those used by Boeing 707's.
With a T-shaped tail and its trio of rear-mounted engines, the 727 had the most distinctive appearance.
devise nationale : 'Unité, Progrès , Justice'
The Government of the Republic of Mali is using a BOEING 737/700BBJ. (TZ-PRM) - leased from JetMagic.
devise nationale / tail text : 'UN PEUPLE - UN BUT - UNE FOI'
The Government of Niger (also called Republic of the Niger) is using BOEING's 737-75U (BBJ) - (5U-GRN) - config VIP
This aircraft is named 'MONT GREBOUN' (one of the highest mountains in Niger with an altitude of 1.944 metres) - highest mountain = Mont Bagzane with 2.022 meters.
devise nationale : 'Fraternité, Travail, Progrés'
GULFSTREAM 4SP / 7T-VPM (1421) / ALGERIAN GOVERNMENT
AIRBUS A340-211 / SU-GGG (0061) / EGYPT GOVERNMENT ('SALADINS EAGLE')
BOEING 737-7N6(BBJ) / 5N-FGT (34260) / NIGERIAN AIR FORCE - GOVERNMENT
MITSUBISHI CHALLENGER 850 / 5A-UAD (8087) / HALA AIR (hired by Libian Government)
AIRBUS A320-251N(ACJ) / 6V-SEN (10196) / GOVERNMENT SENEGAL (Un peuple, un but, une foi)
BOEING 737-74Q(BBJ) / TT-ABD (29136) / CHAD GOVERNMENT (Unite, Travail, Progres)
DASSAULT FALCON 7X / V5-GON (127) / GOVERNMENT OF NAMIBIA (Unity, Liberty, Justice)