Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau faced another travel setback as his official plane broke down during a family holiday in Jamaica.

This marks his second travel incident in four months, following a mechanical glitch during his India trip in September.

The Canadian Armed Forces had to send a second plane with a repair team to fix the issue, and Trudeau returned as scheduled on January 4.

Both planes were relatively new CC-144 Challenger aircraft.

Trudeau has experienced several travel mishaps in recent years, including delays, collisions, and the need for backup planes.

The information is sourced from CBC news.

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