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New Zealand Prime Minister Christopher Luxon's plane broke down while going to Japan on Sunday. After this, he took a commercial flight from Papua New Guinea to Japan. According to media reports, Christopher Luxon has gone to Japan on a four-day visit. During this visit, Christopher will meet Japanese PM Fumio Kishida.

Traveling on a Boeing 757

During this time, he will discuss with the Japanese PM about promoting New Zealand's business. New Zealand media reported that the Boeing 757 broke down while refueling in Papua New Guinea. After this, PM Luxon went to Japan by a commercial flight. The Boeing 757 aircraft in which Christopher was traveling is about 30 years old.

New Zealand has a 30-year-old Boeing 757

The New Zealand Defense Force has two Boeing 757 aircraft. Both are more than 30 years old. New Zealand Defense Minister Judith Collins said the flight malfunction was embarrassing. The ministry will now send Laxon and his delegation to Japan by commercial flight. The New Zealand Defense Force is facing many problems due to old equipment.

New Zealand will have to increase spending on defense budget

Actually, the New Zealand government is spending less on the defense budget because its financial situation is not that good at the moment. However, after the incident, the government said that it now wants to spend more on defense.