Dutch government’s Fokker 70 aircraft up for sale

Dutch government plane, PH-KBX
Dutch government plane, PH-KBX . GerardvdSchaaf / Wikimedia Commons

The Dutch government has put the government plane - a Fokker 70 with the registration PH-KBX - up for sale. The plane is listed on an online market place for airplanes, ANP reports.

How much the government expects to make from the sale is not yet clear. The ad on the site avbuyer.com states that the plane is in an "excellent condition" and only has 8,514 flight hours on its clock. The add also has fotos of the planes interior.

The government wants to buy a new government plane in May of next year. That is expected to cost between 50 and 90 million euros.