According to official sources, the journey is expected to last approximately five days due to the airplane’s short flight range, meaning it would land some time around late next week. “On Saturday, the Short Skyvan aircraft that was used as an instrument of disappearance and death by the dictatorship in the tragically known death flights will depart from the US to Argentina,” Massa wrote. The Skyvan’s journeyThe journey of the airplane will take around five days and make several stopovers due to the airplane’s short flight range, according to ministry sources. It is expected to land in a national airport, at which point the Argentine state will officially take possession of the aircraft. The building later became the ESMA Museum and Site of Memory, which is currently nominated for the UNESCO World Heritage List.
Source: Bueno Aires Herald June 01, 2023 21:19 UTC