U.S. Secretary of State Antony Blinken encountered an unexpected travel disruption as his plane was grounded in Zurich, leading to a mid-journey switch after attending the World Economic Forum in Switzerland this week. The incident involved a Boeing C-40, a part of the U.S. military service, highlighting ongoing concerns surrounding Boeing aircraft following recent controversies.
Secretary Blinken's original plane, a Boeing C-40, experienced a critical failure related to an oxygen leak, necessitating an emergency landing and prompting the switch to an alternative aircraft. The nature of the malfunction raises questions about the safety and. . .