After spending 1.5 million dollars to keep this jet in California, the Mexican government has finally realized that we have enough space to take care of it ourselves...which we already knew as the jet had lived in Mexico for around two years before it was shipped out to Victorville.

They also designed a brochure for the jet, because apparently one of their marketing strategies is now looking at a co-ownership model where the jet is shared by twelve stakeholders. So long as a stake is controlled by the Mexican government the jet will be operated by the Mexican airforce.


Which is kind of odd when you think about it. Does that mean it will keep its governmental “XC” registration and fly under a “FAM” callsign? 

Illustration for article titled Desperation.

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