Floro transports passenger jet

By Christian Shelton03 September 2019

Slovenian transportation company Floro Transport hauled a passenger jet from Jože Pučnik International Airport in Ljubljana, Slovenia, to Dolenjske Toplice, Slovenia, a journey of more than 100 km.

The passenger jet, a Bombardier CRJ 200, weighed 20 tonnes and was 26.77 metres in length. To transport the plane Floro Transport used its two-axle MegaMax lowbed trailer made by trailer manufacturer Faymonville.

The full-size passenger jet is 17 years old and has previously been operated in the United States, Mexico and finally Sudan. It will now be used by surface treatment technology company FerroEcoBlast for research and development in the aviation industry.

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