Sunday 26 September 2021

A Rare Event: Four ‘Four-Engined’ Jets Together At The San Jose Airport

Airport sources could not confirm when this rare event had last occurred at the Juan Santamaria International Airport (SJO).

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On Friday, a very unique event occurred on the runway of the Juan Santamaría Airport  (SJO), where five four-engined airplanes converged at the same time.

A Boeing 747 is a rarity at the San Jose airport

One was the Air India Boeing 747-300 carrying the Vice-President of India, Shri M. Venkaiah Naidu, in the country to meet with President Carlos Alvarado and discuss issues of science and technology, renewable energy, biotechnology, among others.

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The other the US Air Force C-17 Globemaster III large military transport aircraft delivering four donated helicopters to the Air Surveillance Service (SVA).

The US AirForce C-17 Globemaster III

Both the foregoing are aircraft not customarily seen in Costa Rica. If memory recalls, the last time a 747 was on the tarmac at the San Jose airport it was Air Force One for the Barack Obama visit.

The other two ‘four-engined’ planes were the Iberia and Edelweiss Airbus A340 that regularly provide service to and from Costa Rica.

This is a rare and unusual event. Airport sources confirmed to the Q that something similar has not happened in many years.

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