Japan’s Prime Minister Shinzo Abe will visit Brussels on the 21st of March, as the EU aims to close a free trade deal with Tokyo this year. Japanese Air Force One (1015-1030 local time) and Air Force Two (1045-1100 local time) will land at Brussels Airport.
The Japanese Air Force One and Japanese Air Force Two are the radio callsigns of the two Boeing 747 aircraft used by the government of Japan for overseas travel by the Emperor, Prime Minister and other high-ranking officials. Each aircraft has a capacity of 140 passengers and can be used for emergency evacuations of Japanese citizens and overseas deployment of Japan Self-Defense Forces personnel. The aircraft are operated by the Japan Air Self-Defense Force. (Wikipedia)