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24 November 2017

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New Zealand Prime Minister makes a tech stop in Clark

nz-primeNew Zealand Prime Minister John Key aboard the Royal New Zealand Air Forces’ Boeing 757 makes a quick stop in Clark on his way to Korea to meet with Korean President Lee Myung-bak. The Prime Minister was in Korea to improve trade relations with Korea which is believed to benefit both countries. Prime Minister Key also promises his government’s full support for peace and stability on the Korean peninsula. Philippine New Zealand Ambassador Andrew Matheson was also on hand to meet the Prime Minister. All services at Diosdado Macapagal International Airport (CRK/RPLC), were coordinated, and supervised, by Ages Aviation Center, Inc. Ages provided its ground handling expertise in ensuring a quick turnaround for the Prime Minister’s early morning touch and go. Part of the service that Ages provided was the Repositioning of a Supervisor/ Handler to guarantee everything runs smoothly while being handled by an Ages preferred ground handler.